What is Care Coordination?
Care coordination maximizes the value of care being delivered by ensuring that the patient’s needs and preferences are known and addressed across providers and settings.
Providers who practice good care coordination will:
- Reduce fragmentation of care
- Help patients access timely, appropriate care
- Help patients fully engage in their care
Successful care coordination involves full participation and cooperation between patients, providers, and care systems.
Among PCDC’s offerings:
Care Coordination training, in which PCDC trainers work with care staff to develop the skills needed to provide comprehensive, efficient, and coordinated care.
Coaching and Technical Assistance, where PCDC coaches work with health care organizations to implement operations and processes that will facilitate proper care coordination among care providers.
Essentials of Care Management Course, a two-day training at the PCDC office designed to improve skill and confidence in care management work.