Phase III Grantees' Project Descriptions- (2010-2013)
Epilepsy Foundation of Michigan
Michigan Department of Community Health
Michigan's goal is to assure the best quality of health services are made available to children and youth with epilepsy in medically underserved and rural areas using telehealth and demonstrating the increased application of medical home care coordination.
Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania
Epilepsy Foundation Western/Central Pennsylvania is working to create a system of care that will result in replicable co-management practice guidelines and a new process of identifying early cognitive effects of seizures and antiepileptic medication.
Cleveland Clinic seeks to improve access to mental health care for youth with epilepsy- Project (COPE) Collaboration for Outreach and Prevention Education for Children/Adolescents with epilepsy.
University of Nebraska Medical Center Munroe-Meyer Institute
University of Nebraska Medical Center Munroe-Meyer Institute is working to improve access to specialized epilepsy services while expanding use of telehealth technologies to improve health care in rural, underserved areas.
Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, Inc.
Epilepsy Foundation of Florida, Inc. is expanding services developed in Phase II throughout Florida ensuring all children and their families have access to comprehensive services, particularly those in rural and medically underserved areas.
Epilepsy Foundation- National Office
The National Epilepsy Foundation is partnering with the National Association of Community Health Centers to train care coordinators in community health centers in the states of Alabama, Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina, and Texas.
National Office Abstract
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services is integrating into the current system of care a focus on creating an alliance between coordination of care efforts including family/youth involvement in health care design statewide.
New Hampshire Abstract