Tag Archives: Coordinated care

Care coordination describes the process where healthcare professionals (eg, physicians, pharmacists, nurses, payers) work and share information together with the common goal of meeting patient needs and preferences, while delivering high-quality, high-value care. Coordinated care is particularly important when patients transition between different sites of care (eg, from hospital to community care).

Improving Adherence – What Will It Take to Really Move the Dial?

Many recommendations for improving adherence focus on ‘policy’. But are these aimed at the healthcare providers (HCPs) who can make a day-to-day difference? Here are some thoughts on practical approaches that could make big advances in adherence. Need for Practical Approaches to Improving Adherence Numerous healthcare-related bodies have issued numerous reports on ‘policy recommendations’ for improving adherence. They are great documents and they contain many good ideas. However, I can’t help… Read More »