Core Value, Community Connections

A Guide to Care Coordination in the Medical Home

Despite years of discussion and research, formalized care coordination is a relatively new concept for primary care practices. Measurement criteria for care coordination are emerging, but we are still watching the earliest stages of its evolution. It will be some time before the elements for success in care coordination are quantified on a broad scale, but the foundation has been laid for pilots and early adopters to educate and inform the greater primary care community in the years to come.

This report offers best practices for evaluating care coordination and identifies new and emerging programs and features three core elements:

  1. Expert-authored articles on the definition, role and function of care coordination, as well as tools for implementation, and measurement and monitoring of its effectiveness
  2. Case studies
  3. Summary of survey responses from select practices
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