Quick Reference Guide to Promising Care Models for Patients with Complex Needs

Many pioneering programs have reduced avoidable utilization of care and lowered costs while improving health outcomes for adults with complex needs. The most promising models target high-risk populations and provide key elements of person-centered care, including individualized care plans, interdisciplinary care teams, active care coordination, and continuous information-sharing with providers and patients.

The Quick Reference Guide to Promising Care Models offers summary information on 28 programs for adults with complex needs, specifically:

  • Target population and subpopulations served by the model
  • Key features of the model associated with person-centered care
  • Outcomes and impact
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