CAHMI

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CAHMIChild and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative
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We modified four questions from the NSCSHCN (CAHMI, 2012) to assess the number of child mental health impairments from externalizing problems and conducted cognitive testing with 10 parents.
Morrows said that 17 State Street's performance has been the result of a team effort and that junior brokers AJ Cahmi and Ryan Silverman have played a major role at the property.
Drawing on extensive research led by the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI), the MCHB developed and refined its definition for use in the periodic National Surveys of Children with Special Health Care Needs (NS-CSHCN), which ask about medical homes' five components: usual source of care, personal doctor or nurse, family-centered care, coordinated care, and obtaining needed referrals (CAHMI 2009b; National Center for Health Statistics [NCHS] 2007).
To be included in the sample, households had to have at least one child with a special health care need (SHCN), as defined by the CSHCN Screener (CAHMI 2009a).
The NS-CSHCN used the definition developed and refined by the MCHB in collaboration with national groups coordinated by CAHMI, and asked about a usual source of care, personal doctor or nurse, family-centered care, coordinated care, and obtaining needed referrals (NCHS 2007; CAHMI 2009b).
The survey contains a thoroughly tested measure of medical home, created and refined by a group of professional organizations including the MCHB and led by CAHMI (NCHS 2007; CAHMI 2009b).