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Got Transition aims to help youth and young adults move from pediatric to adult health care.

News & Announcements

New Webinar Recording: Incorporating HCT into Preventive Care (with Hawaii Title V)
Got Transition hosted a webinar on 9/30 to discuss ways to incorporate health care transition into preventive care for adolescents. Learn how to align the transition and preventive care national performance measures and hear directly from the Title V team from Hawaii about their own experience, including examples of trainings and tools.

2021 Transition Conferences
Register NOW for two virtual conferences related to health care transition (October 27-29, 2020)

Annual Analysis of States' Health Care Transition Strategies
A new report from Got Transition summarizes the health care transition strategies that Title V agencies documented in their 2021 Application/2019 Annual Report, highlighting examples of states’ HCT innovations and offering recommendations for future HCT strategies in state Title V action plans.

Making the Business Case for Health Care Transition
These two business case statements offer a call to action for payers – both Medicaid and commercial insurers – to pay for pediatric-to-adult health care transition (HCT) services.

New Toolkit for Joint Telehealth Visit with Pediatric and Adult Clinicians and Transferring Young Adults
Got Transition's newest toolkit offers clinicians sample content for a joint telehealth visit to facilitate a "warm handoff" to adult care. The toolkit also includes a sample resource for transferring young adults that explains the telehealth visit.

UPDATED 2021 Transition Coding and Payment Tip Sheet Available
Got Transition and the American Academy of Pediatrics have released their 2021 Transition Coding and Payment Tip Sheet, which includes new and revised CPT codes, current Medicare fees and RVUs for the codes, updated clinical vignettes, and an insurance carrier letter that can be adapted for use to encourage payer recognition of transition-related codes.

New Article Examines Relationship Between Receipt of Transition Preparation and Components of a Well-Functioning System of Services
A new article in the Journal of Adolescent Health examines the relationships between receipt of health care transition (HCT) preparation among US youth and five other components of a well-functioning system of services (family partnership in decision-making, medical home, early/continuous screening for special health care needs [SHCN], continuous/adequate health insurance, access to community-based services).

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