The National Quality Forum defines care coordination as “a function that helps ensure that the patient’s needs and preferences for health services and information sharing across
people, functions, and sites are met over time.”
Providers that engage in care coordination are more efficient, more trusted, and experience far less wasteful spending. Patients are better informed of their care plans, have lower hospital readmission rates, and receive higher quality care at a lower cost. Contact West to learn how Clinically Managed Services can help you.