- Definition and explorations of care co ordination meanings across the different sectors
- Care co-ordination team
- Examples of broad care coordination approaches including:
- Care management
- Medication management
- Identifying current challenges and explore solution to addressing current issues with
information technology and challenges
- Care coordination process
- Care navigators
- Barriers to care coordination e.g., and measures to overcome these in order to provide this type of care
- Evidence of integrated care coordination and why care coordination is important?
- Burden of long-term conditions
- The benefits of care coordination
- Examples of specific care coordination activities include:
- Establishing accountability and agreeing on responsibility
- Communicating/sharing knowledge
- Helping with transitions of care
- Assessing patient needs and goals
- Creating a proactive care plan
- Monitoring and follow up, including responding to changes in the need of the service user
- Supporting service user self-management goals
- Linking to community resources
- The impact of poor care co-ordination
- Service user experiences throughout the care pathway
Our Care Coordination training course will provide delegates with the knowledge and understanding of the care-coordination process and tools availableto staff and also provide understanding of integratedframework in order to coordinate both physical and mental health needs.
Care Coordination involves deliberately organising patient care activities and sharing information among all of the participants concerned with a patient's care to achieve safer and more effective care. This means that it is essential that the patient's needs and preferences are known ahead of time and communicated at the right time to the right people, and that this information is used to provide safe, appropriate, and effective care to the service user.
Aims & Objectives
- Increased understanding of the care-coordination process and tools available for the staff to confidently undertake the role
- Increased understanding of staff roles and responsibilities
- Increased ability to work collaboratively across boundaries and to solve problems
- Increased understanding of integrated framework in order to coordinate both physical and mental health needs including basic mental health recovery care planning processes
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