Care Coordination

As providers conduct more screening and identify more children in need of follow-up services, the weakness of the U.S. child-serving systems and inadequacy of linkages among providers becomes increasingly apparent.* It is clear that more must be done to improve referrals and assure access to services essential as follow up to screening. Promising approaches for […]

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  • Coordination of Care

    Care coordination is a critical element of both long term care and chronic care delivery systems. Persons with long term care needs often require services and supports financed by differing programs and provided by multiple entities.  To overcome this fragmentation, states have established single entry points for accessing services, creating an umbrella under which multiple […]

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    February 10, 2009 | Filed under: Care Coordination