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Ensuring optimal health for children in protective custody requires a collaboration between the healthcare system and the child welfare system. Cordata IDENTITY opens the doors for rapid information exchange and communication, allowing everyone to be on the same page to provide the best possible care.

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— Mary Greiner, MD, MS, Medical Director of the CHECK Foster Care Center at Cincinnati Children’s

Impact of Cordata IDENTITY on Healthcare and Child Welfare Organizations

Impact of Cordata IDENTITY on Healthcare and Child Welfare Organizations

Get a quick glimpse of results from a study examining patient outcomes, time spent by staff, and billing practices before and after the implementation of Cordata IDENTITY.

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What's Inside

Each year, nearly 750,000 children interact with the foster care system. Up to 80 percent of those children have complex medical needs and require more healthcare resources than the general pediatric patient population. 

However, there is a current divide between healthcare and child welfare organizations that is creating barriers for both clinicians and caseworkers when providing care for foster youth. Social information is not immediately known to health systems, and timely access to healthcare information is not available to child welfare agencies. Cordata IDENTITY was developed to bridge the gap between the two systems and remove the barriers in place. 

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center implemented Cordata IDENTITY in 2018 and Dayton Children’s Hospital followed shortly after in 2020. Robust surveys assessing experience were administered prior to and following implementation. Data was also collected to examine billing and time savings. 

Download the infographic for an overview of those findings.

Each year, nearly 750,000 children interact with the foster care system. Up to 80 percent of those children have complex medical needs and require more healthcare resources than the general pediatric patient population. 

However, there is a current divide between healthcare and child welfare organizations that is creating barriers for both clinicians and caseworkers when providing care for foster youth. Social information is not immediately known to health systems, and timely access to healthcare information is not available to child welfare agencies. Cordata IDENTITY was developed to bridge the gap between the two systems and remove the barriers in place. 

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center implemented Cordata IDENTITY in 2018 and Dayton Children’s Hospital followed shortly after in 2020. Robust surveys assessing experience were administered prior to and following implementation. Data was also collected to examine billing and time savings. 

Download the infographic for an overview of those findings.

Complete the form to download the infographic.

Developed by leading 
researchers and clinicians at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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Developed by leading researchers and clinicians at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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