In medicine generally, coordination and continuity of care
are lauded; their absence is understood as a problem.
While the cost of incarcerating a geriatric offender is about three times that of other inmates, their continuity of care
also is more expensive.
eHealth Technologies is a leading provider of continuity of care
solutions, serving over half of the nation's top 100 hospitals and leading health information exchanges (HIEs), including 11 of the top 17 hospitals selected to the prominent Honor Roll of the Best Hospitals from the 2012-2013 U.
It might be that what we define as continuity of care
is really a proxy measure for problem patient/doctor relationships, or that some of the patients are being seen so much because they have multiple, difficult complaints, which could increase the likelihood of error," he said.
The other daily measures of continuity of care
were generated using a 90-day moving window to capture service use in the previous three months.
Under the new model, residents will learn how to provide true continuity of care
, cost effectively and in a member-focused environment.
The medical transport company provides Complete Continuity of Care
during emergency and non-emergency transport services to patients in domestic and worldwide destinations.
The patient who self-refers without informing his or her personal physician undermines continuity of care
iMedica PRM will help CHD Meridian physicians provide a better continuity of care
and increased safety for our patients," says Dr.
April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Continuity of care
for patients with schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses is often suboptimal, despite its recognized importance.
We look forward to a better system where the emphasis is placed on high quality care, including continuity of care
for home care clients.
Only one person can be "ultimately in charge" of your health care team, or there will never be continuity of care
and adequate communication.