Monday, December 23 | EHR Solutions and Operations, Value-based Care, Care Coordination, Post-Acute Care

Master Care Coordination: 5-Point Checklist 

By Netsmart

Inadequate care coordination frustrates consumers and providers. And it contributes to ineffective and inefficient care. 
 
As post-acute care facilities are being called to be the quarterbacks in a person’s care journey, it’s more important than ever to master care coordination. 
 
Without top-notch care coordination, you’ll struggle to succeed in a value-based, person-centered care world. 
 
We created this five-point checklist to help you discover what you need to successfully coordinate care for the individuals you serve. 
  
 
 
Learn more about how Netsmart can help you improve care coordination in your organization.  
 


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