The Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI), at Johns Hopkins University, has designed the CARE_PATH for Kids (CPK), which is a three-step whole child approach for families of children and youth with special health care needs to engage, plan, and improve care planning and outcomes in
partnership with their child’s care team(s).
On this website, families, providers, practices, and organizations can learn about and access the CPK tools and resources for use. The CPK is a part of CAHMI’s Cycle of Engagement (COE) model of care.
The COE is a model of parent-centered care in pediatrics, to improve quality and outcomes of all aspects of well-child care. To learn more about the COE, click here.