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A three-day workshop explored the challenges and opportunities related to building an optimal integrated care system for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Speakers discussed models of care, workforce issues, financing and payment for care, and more.

Day 1: Laying out the challenges the system currently faces

  • Elements and Competencies of an Integrated System of Care
  • Challenges in Workforce Strength and Preparedness
  • Challenges in Financing and Payment

Day 1 recording, slides, and materials

Day 2: Promising interventions, optimizing the current care system

  • Innovative Models of Care & Care Coordination
  • Innovations in Workforce Solutions: Role of General Health Care Providers
  • Innovations in Financing and Payment

Day 2 recording, slides, and materials

Day 3: Looking forward, and envisioning what a brighter, “blue-sky” future might look like for individual with intellectual and development disabilities

  • A New Vision for Models of Care
  • Technical and Policy Opportunities in Financing and Payment
  • Scaling Workforce Solutions

Day 3 recording, slides, and materials

The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health provided sponsorship for this event.


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