Population Health Management: Care Coordination

NACHC Collaborative

Care Coordination is the process of working in a coordinated way with community partners (hospitals, counselors, pharmacies, and others) to support the full range of health needs for high-risk patients. It involves three parts: identifying the patients who are or who may get the sickest; sharing information among involved healthcare stakeholders; and managing the patient’s use of care to prevent unnecessary services. The end result is better health.

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