What is Care Coordination? What is a Shared Plan of Care?

What is Care Coordination?

Care coordination is a patient & family-centered, assessment-driven, continuous, team-based activity designed to meet the bio-psychosocial needs of children and youth, while enhancing person & family care-giving skills and capabilities. But what does that mean?

What is a Shared Plan of Care?

A shared plan of care is a document that a family and their child’s care neighborhood can use to keep everyone working together as a child grows. Learn more about this essential communication tool.

How to get a Shared Plan of Care

A good first step towards finding quality Care Coordination and beginning to develop a Shared Plan of Care is to ask. Ask others: Ask primary care, ask specialty care, ask other providers, ask families who have found such help.

How to use a Shared Plan of Care

A shared plan of care used to support a child with a special health care needs will grow and change as it is used across the care team . Learn more about how to best use a shared plan of care.

Setting Goals

Working as a team to understand the whole child, their medical needs, and family goals ensures that each family is able to move forward in the daily care of their children. Learn more about setting goals in a shared plan of care.

 

Learn more about Care Coordination and Shared Plans of Care by watching this short videos.  Note: the topic information will load automatically after the completion of the previous video.

Watch for more information about Shared Plans of Care in future posts.

 

 

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