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IntroductionVarious efforts aim to enhance continuity of care for patients with long-term health-care needs. Since 2012, Norwegian hospitals are mandated to appoint individual care coordinators for patients with complex needs to ensure continuity in the care pathway. New roles must meld with...
IntroductionGuideline-recommended surveillance reduces the likelihood of colorectal cancer recurrence, yet surveillance rates are low in the United States. Little is known about colorectal cancer surveillance rates among patients without health insurance and their primary care...
IntroductionCare Coordination Programs are designed to streamline services for older adults with multimorbidity. The Triple Aim, a conceptual model for the design and evaluation of healthcare models, stipulates that a balance of three aims—reducing costs, improving population health, and...
In 2014, the body that leads the National Health Service in England published a new strategic vision for the National Health Service. A major part of this strategy was a three-year-long national programme to develop new care models to coordinate care across primary care, community services and...
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