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FPG Distinguished Speaker Series — NC Integrated Care for Kids (NC InCK): An Innovative Model to Promote Child and Family Well-being in Central North Carolina
April 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute is pleased to welcome Dr. Charlene Wong as the fourth speaker in our 2020-2021 virtual distinguished speaker series, Fostering Resilience for Our Children: From Birth Through Adolescence.
NC Integrated Care for Kids (NC InCK): An Innovative Model to Promote Child and Family Well-being in Central North Carolina
This presentation will:
(1) Describe the NC Integrated Care for Kids (NC InCK) model and its core components for improving child well-being and health
(2) Describe how alternative payment models can be aligned with meaningful measures of child well-being in healthcare and beyond.
Charlene Wong, MD, MSHP, is an associate professor of Pediatrics and Public Policy at Duke University and the Chief Health Policy Officer for COVID-19 at the NC Department of Health and Human Services. She is the executive director of North Carolina Integrated Care for Kids (NC InCK), an innovative model serving Medicaid-insured children in central North Carolina. She is a faculty member in the Duke-Margolis Center of Health Policy, the Duke Childrens Health and Discovery Initiative, and the Duke Clinical Research Institute.