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The purpose of Delaware’s Children with Medical Complexity Advisory Committee (CMCAC) is to strengthen the system of care, increase collaboration across agencies, encourage community involvement, and ultimately ensure that every child with medical complexity has the opportunity to receive the adequate and appropriate health care services they need and deserve. One of the priorities identified by this group is to develop new and strengthen existing resources for parents/caregivers, providers, and the larger community involved in the care of children with medical complexity. As a result, this page has been developed as a repository of these resources. This page will continue to evolve as the work of the CMCAC and its workgroups continue.
One of the goals of the Children with Medical Complexity Advisory Committee was to review and make transparent the prior authorization process for Private Duty Nursing (PDN). As a result, the workgroup developed a toolkit for navigating the PDN prior authorization.
One of the goals of the Children with Medical Complexity Advisory Committee was to develop competency/family-centered training for the community involved in the care of children with medical complexity. This area is continuously evolving, but some materials are provided below.