Continuity of Care
What’s missing in health care today? While the incidence of chronic disease increases so does the need for Continuity of Care. We believe it is a solution to the health care crisis.
Health Care has shifted. As a result, quality of care has declined. The focus is on acute care. Continuity of Care is needed now more than ever. We believe it can help provide better quality & outcomes of of care. Costs for individuals and society can also be reduced.
Care is no longer the focus. The focus is on payment. Sadly, this does not translate into better care. Good outcomes come through communication & coordination with doctors. Doctors should maintain relationships with patients and families.
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Continuity of care 10 31 12 ( Great PDF discussion of Continuity of Care) Please read the link to the power point presentation below and
Continuity of care (08 06 12) I just read a good power point pdf by Dr James Birch MD, MSPH and wanted to share it