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Current theoretical models intended to guide health services research and evaluation lack care coordination-its features and impacts. These aspects are critical for understanding the role of care coordination in healthcare use, quality, and outcomes. In this Focus article, we briefly review the...
IntroductionDementia care is often fragmented and un-coordinated. As the number of individuals living with dementia increases worldwide, navigation programs are a way to help counter difficulties with navigating and accessing services by better integrating care for individuals with dementia and...
IntroductionOlder adults living with complex care needs are often hospitalized due to poor community support. Recommendations for improving patient and family experiences include having a patient navigator to support patients and caregivers in hospital and community settings. This study aimed to...
IntroductionMultiple types of support and expertise are needed for the benefit of children with special needs, with the collaboration between psychologists, social workers and special education teachers playing a key role. Here, we studied the extent of their academic training in...
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