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ACO Affiliated Hospitals Increase Implementation of Care Coordination Strategies.

Hospitals affiliated with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) may have a greater capacity to collaborate with providers across the care continuum to coordinate care, due to formal risk sharing and payment arrangements. However, little is known about the extent to which ACO affiliated hospitals implement care coordination strategies.


Improving outcomes through care coordination: Measuring care coordination of nurse practitioners.

Gaps in care coordination (CC) between inpatient and outpatient settings for children with medical complexity (CMC) can result in treatment delays, gaps in communication, missed appointments, medication discrepancies, and ultimately impacts the provision of quality care.

Improving Care Coordination to Optimize Health Outcomes in Cancer Survivors.

Most cancer survivors will follow-up with primary care at some point in the cancer continuum, but coordination between the oncology and primary care teams remains challenging. According to Drs. Linda Overholser and Carlin Callaway, who discussed the importance of care coordination to improve outcomes in cancer survivors at the NCCN 2019 Annual Conference, effective communication is needed between specialists and primary care providers and, when established, has been shown to improve treatment outcomes. Use ...


Association Between Care Management and Outcomes Among Patients With Complex Needs in Medicare Accountable Care Organizations.

People with complex needs account for a disproportionate amount of Medicare spending, partially because of fragmented care delivered across multiple practitioners and settings. Accountable care organization (ACO) contracts give practitioners incentives to improve care coordination to the extent that coordination initiatives reduce total spending or improve quality.

A Clinical Care Monitoring and Data Collection Tool (H3 Tracker) to Assess Uptake and Engagement in Mental Health Care Services in a Community-Based Pediatric Integrated Care Model: Longitudinal Cohort Study.

National recommendations for pediatric integrated care models include improved capacity for care coordination and communication across primary care and specialty mental health providers using technology, yet few practical, short-term solutions are available for low-resource, community-based pediatric integrated care clinics.

School-Clinic Care Coordination for Youth with ASD: A National Survey of School Psychologists.

Many youth with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may benefit from interdisciplinary care coordination. Communication and collaboration between the school and clinic settings is particularly important when youth with ASD are receiving both special education and clinic-based services. The responsibility of initiating coordinated care has historically been with the medical home (e.g., primary care clinicians), however, educational professionals (e.g., school psychologists) are also well positioned to assume a le...

Care Coordination of Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Solution-Focused Approach.

The expanding practice of multi-disciplinary care to address the complex nature of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) suggests that there is a need for a means of coordinating care that transcends the disciplinary distinctions of relevant ASD treatment providers. As ASD services become more specialized, there is a growing need for effective care coordination with providers across the systems of care. Nursing professionals are ideally qualified to support families affected by ASD, as they provide a necessary hol...

The adoption and spread of hospital care coordination activities under value-based programs.

To examine the relationship between participation in value-based programs and care coordination activities.

Cost-effectiveness of HIV care coordination scale-up among persons at high risk for sub-optimal HIV care outcomes.

A study of a comprehensive HIV Care Coordination Program (CCP) showed effectiveness in increasing viral load suppression (VLS) among PLWH in New York City (NYC). We evaluated the cost-effectiveness of a scale-up of the CCP in NYC.

Coordinating Care for Reproductive Health Malignancies in the Veterans' Health Administration: Promising Practices, Ongoing Challenges, and Future Research.

In cancer care, communication and coordination across the cancer continuum is paramount for delivering effective, high-quality, patient-centered care. However, achieving optimally coordinated cancer care is inherently challenging, especially in the case of Veterans Administration (VA) care for women's reproductive health cancers. Given the relatively small number of women Veterans requiring care for reproductive malignancies, VA often must rely on community providers to deliver this care, necessitating coor...

Does care consultation affect use of VHA versus non-VHA care?

The Partners in Dementia Care (PDC) intervention has shown improved psychosocial outcomes while reducing overall inpatient and emergency department (ED) utilization among veterans with cognitive impairment and behavioral symptoms. However, veterans who use the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) also seek care from non-VHA sources, potentially reducing the effectiveness of care coordination. We evaluated whether PDC affected VHA and non-VHA inpatient and ED use by veterans with dementia.

Contribution of HCAHPS Specific Care Experiences to Global Ratings Varies Across 7 Countries: What Can be Learned for Reporting These Global Ratings?

Given the increased international interest in improvement strategies for patient experiences with care, it is important to understand whether the same specific care experiences affect global ratings across countries. Moreover, reporting of these global ratings currently substantially varies in both research and public reporting.

Care Management For Older Adults: The Roles Of Nurses, Social Workers, And Physicians.

Care management programs have become more widely adopted as health systems try to improve the coordination and integration of services across the continuum of care, especially for frail older adults. Several models of care suggest the inclusion of registered nurses (RNs) and social workers to assist in these activities. In a 2018 national survey of 410 clinicians in 363 primary care and geriatrics practices caring for frail older adults, we found that nearly 40 percent of practices had no social workers or...

Awareness and use of mechanism for clinical coordination between levels in two health care networks in Pernambuco State, Brasil.

This article assesses awareness and use of mechanisms for clinical coordination between service levels in two health care networks in the Pernambuco State, Brasil. It is a descriptive, cross-sectional, survey-based study. We interviewed 381 doctors from the public primary health care and specialized health care networks in the cities of Caruaru and Recife (Sanitary Districts III and VII). We used a structured questionnaire (COORDENA) in order to assess awareness, frequency and characteristics of the use of ...

The student experience of a 'kidney CAMP' as a primary care clinical placement for undergraduate nursing students.

Historically clinical placements have been within acute care settings. In a more contemporary society, the future focus of health care is primary care, with an emphasis in expanding primary care clinical placements, to meet the needs of increasing workforce requirements. An innovative collaborative educational model was designed to provide a high quality learning experience and to increase numbers of students experiencing a primary care clinical placement.

Immunotherapy Summit: Proceedings and Identified Priorities for Safe Administration and Care.

Oncology nurses play a significant role in ensuring optimal care coordination for patients receiving immunotherapies.

Accessing palliative care for multiple sclerosis: A qualitative study of a neglected neurological disease.

Despite the global consensus on the importance of palliative care for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), many patients in developing countries do not receive palliative care. Improving access to palliative care for MS requires a contextual understanding of how palliative care is perceived by patients and health professionals, the existing care pathways, and barriers to the provision of palliative care.

Tools to improve referrals from primary care to specialty care.

Referrals from primary to specialty care are a critical first step in coordination of specialty care, but shortcomings in the appropriateness, clarity, or completeness of referrals are common. We examined (1) whether 3 tools to coordinate specialty care are associated with better referral characteristics and (2) whether greater perceived helpfulness of these tools is associated with better referral characteristics among specialists who use all 3 of them.

Enhanced care coordination improves HIV viral load suppression rates.

Optimizing HIV treatment benefits the health of the individual and the community at large. Health department HIV surveillance data matched with Medicaid managed care rosters can be used to target people with HIV infection who have an unsuppressed viral load or are unengaged in care. MetroPlus Health Plan, a Medicaid managed care organization, implemented a 2-pronged approach: street outreach and peer care connection interventions.

Research in Integrated Health Care and Publication Trends from the Perspective of Global Informatics.

Integrated care has gained popularity in recent decades and is advocated by the World Health Organization. This study examined the global progress, current foci, and the future of integrated care.

Compassion and connectedness as motivational drivers in the care of children with medical complexity.

Employing a cross-sectional qualitative descriptive design, using individual, semi-structured interviews collected from primary care and specialty clinicians who routinely care for children with medical complexity (CMC) in a largely rural area in central Virginia, this study aimed to better understand the current state of care, the motivations, and barriers for expansion of care for CMC in a semi-rural academic hospital center. Five themes emerged describing the current practice of the participants: (1) com...

Prioritising research challenges and funding for allergy and asthma and the need for translational research - the European Strategic Forum on Allergic Diseases.

The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) organised the first European Strategic Forum on Allergic Diseases and Asthma. The main aim was to bring together all relevant stakeholders and decision-makers in the field of allergy, asthma and clinical Immunology around an open debate on contemporary challenges and potential solutions for the next decade. The Strategic Forum was an upscaling of the EAACI White Paper aiming to integrate the Academy's output with the perspective offered by EAAC...

Patients with complex chronic conditions: Health care use and clinical events associated with access to a patient portal.

For patients with diabetes, many with multiple complex chronic conditions, using a patient portal can support self-management and coordination of health care services, and may impact the frequency of in-person health care visits.

Family caregiver satisfaction with inpatient rehabilitation care.

Informal family caregivers play an increasingly important role in healthcare. Despite their role in ongoing management and coordination of care, caregiver satisfaction with the healthcare services care recipients receive has been understudied. We sought to assess what influences caregiver satisfaction with inpatient care provided to their care recipient among caregivers of veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and polytrauma.

Framing advance care planning in Parkinson disease: Patient and care partner perspectives.

Advance care planning (ACP) is a core quality measure in caring for individuals with Parkinson disease (PD) and there are no best practice standards for how to incorporate ACP into PD care. This study describes patient and care partner perspectives on ACP to inform a patient- and care partner-centered framework for clinical care.


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