This diagram shows a triangle encircled by inner and outer rings. Inside the triangle, the central goal of care coordination is stated: 'Meet Patient Needs and Preferences in Delivery of High-Quality, High-Value Care. The three sides triangle are labeled: 'Family Perspective, 'Health Care Professional(s) System Representative(s) Perspective. The outer ring contains a series circles with various participants, settings, kinds information important to They include: primary care, specialty (1), (2), inpatient mental services, long-term medical history, test results, home informal givers, education support, medications/pharmacy, community resources. inner ring, which connects each circle represents coordination.'
Care Coordination Measures Atlas Update
Figure 1. Care Coordination Ring (Text Description)
Table of Contents
- Care Coordination Measures Atlas Update
- Chapter 1: Background
- Chapter 2. What is Care Coordination?
- Chapter 3. Care Coordination Measurement Framework
- Chapter 4, Emerging Trends in Care Coordination Measurement
- Chapter 5. Measure Mapping
- Chapter 6. Measure Maps and Profile
- Appendix I. Measure Mapping Strategy
- Appendix II. Identifying Measures
- Appendix III. Advisory Group Participants
- Appendix IV. Care Coordination Measure Instruments
Internet Citation: Figure 1. Care Coordination Ring (Text Description). Content last reviewed June 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.