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Care coordination and its evaluation: From big data to big picture

Care coordination and its evaluation: From big data to big picture Editorial International Journal of Care Coordination 2015, Vol. 8(4) 65–66 ! The Author(s) 2016 Care coordination and its evaluation: Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav From big data to big picture DOI: 10.1177/2053434516640428 icp.sagepub.com Improving care coordination is a main challenge to with how it can change, and better understand what the many healthcare systems. Different programs focusing change will require. As such, it nicely marries big data, on prevention, wellness, improving access to care, dis- frameworks, and programmes. However, meaningful ease management, and coordinated care are developed use of the ReThink Health Dynamics Model requires and implemented either in parallel or in series targeting its users to share a common understanding of the health groups of people or populations at local or national needs of a certain population, agreement on how much levels. For most, if not all, of the aforementioned pro- to invest, the mechanisms (i.e. the way in which pro- grammes, multiple conceptual frameworks exist to grammes actually produce change), and the contexts guide stakeholders during their journey towards (i.e. local conditions that could have influenced the out- improved health outcomes. For example, in the field comes of interest). In other words, to redesign health of care coordination http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Care Coordination SAGE

Care coordination and its evaluation: From big data to big picture

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SAGE
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© The Author(s) 2016
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2053-4345
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2053-4353
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10.1177/2053434516640428
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Editorial International Journal of Care Coordination 2015, Vol. 8(4) 65–66 ! The Author(s) 2016 Care coordination and its evaluation: Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav From big data to big picture DOI: 10.1177/2053434516640428 icp.sagepub.com Improving care coordination is a main challenge to with how it can change, and better understand what the many healthcare systems. Different programs focusing change will require. As such, it nicely marries big data, on prevention, wellness, improving access to care, dis- frameworks, and programmes. However, meaningful ease management, and coordinated care are developed use of the ReThink Health Dynamics Model requires and implemented either in parallel or in series targeting its users to share a common understanding of the health groups of people or populations at local or national needs of a certain population, agreement on how much levels. For most, if not all, of the aforementioned pro- to invest, the mechanisms (i.e. the way in which pro- grammes, multiple conceptual frameworks exist to grammes actually produce change), and the contexts guide stakeholders during their journey towards (i.e. local conditions that could have influenced the out- improved health outcomes. For example, in the field comes of interest). In other words, to redesign health of care coordination

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International Journal of Care CoordinationSAGE

Published: Dec 1, 2015

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