51) However, legislation was filed that would have ensured continuity of care
for individuals engaged in continuing course of mental health treatment.
8220;I believe one can overcome any deficiency in continuity of care
across borders by establishing a system that includes pre-and post-consultation communication.
Continuity of care
by residents without continuity by faculty members may not be sufficient.
Implemented continuity of care
in ambulatory surgical critical pathway The continuity of care
was realized in all the flows of time, coordination, caring relationship, and information.
Given the patterns that now are the dominant form of organization for medical practices, there is no practical way to reduce the loss of continuity of care
, even with the use of electronic systems.
Continuity of care
has been defined in a variety of ways.
Three multivariate analyses each using a different continuity of care
index, with continuity of care
defined as frequency of provider/patient interaction showed a positive correlation between medical errors and continuity of care
, and no correlation between disease complexity or severity and the occurrence of medical errors.
In this analysis, we distinguish between the 2 concepts and focus on the sustained continuity of care
between a patient and a health care provider through a relationship over time.
In medicine generally, coordination and continuity of care
are lauded; their absence is understood as a problem.
Johnson's continuity of care
plan involves a clinic follow-up of physical examinations every three months or as needed, chemical 24 panels, viral loads and CD4 count every three months, and annual eye and chest x-rays.
Practice standards and outcomes measurement tools were developed, and patients benefited from continuity of care
It is true that continuity of care
, in the abstract, is an important issue: seeing an illness all the way through helps doctors understand it better.