Medical Case Management


Children in foster care are at high risk of falling behind in medical care. We’re here to make sure they have healthy bodies while we work together to heal their minds and spirits.

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Schools require physicals and immunizations, but emotional issues and legal procedures for children in special circumstances may delay those appointments. In fact, the timing of a new placement for a child in foster care can mean missing a dental check-up or a vision or hearing screening.

Generally, medical needs are in the scope of a foster care case manager, and that is true in Texas and most of Missouri. In St. Louis, however, PCHAS has a medical case manager who works in tandem with case managers and foster parents to ensure that exams occur on schedule. The medical case manager also tracks medical records, transports children to appointments and enters exam results in a state database.

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