Virginia Children’s Care Network is a new clinically integrated network supported by CHoR in collaboration with community pediatricians across the region.
CINs like Virginia Children’s Care Network can serve as a mechanism for achieving the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s quadruple aim:
- Improving patient experience
- Improving population health
- Enhancing provider wellbeing
- Reducing health care costs
Virginia Children’s Care Network is entirely pediatric-focused and led by pediatricians in the community.
Mission and vision to improve pediatric care through a clinically integrated network
Virginia Children’s Care Network will improve the health of Virginia’s children by improving access to medical services, coordinating care, enhancing communication and professional satisfaction, and expanding opportunities for quality, safety, research and education.
Virginia Children’s Care Network will lead the region in providing integrated, high quality, effective and efficient family-centered pediatric health care for all children.
What is a clinically integrated network (CIN)?
What are the benefits of participation?
How is VCCN different than other CINs in which I can participate?
How are providers represented in the governance of VCCN?
What are the requirements to participate in VCCN?
How will participation in VCCN affect your practice’s current contracts?
What are VCCN’s quality improvement areas of focus?
How will clinical integration change the patient
Is there a fee to join?
If we already participate in another similar provider network, can my practice still join VCCN?
How do I join?