Several factors are driving the adoption of team-based care coordination. Workforce shortages exacerbated by the pandemic, a growing population of adults living longer with chronic disease, and the shift toward value-based care models top the list.
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Unaddressed health-related social needs (HRSN) can make achieving care plan goals difficult.
An individual’s culture and language play a large part in their health. Healthcare professionals see the impact that culturally sensitive approaches can have on building greater awareness, closing care gaps, and spurring health-driven patient action.
Screening for health-related social needs (HRSN) is evolving into a care standard.
Three approaches have converged to improve clinical outcomes, elevate the quality of care, and decrease barriers that stand in the way of patient-centered healthcare. They are:
An aging, chronically ill population has put pressure on healthcare to lower costs and deliver proactive primary medicine. For this reason, healthcare payment models are moving towards value-based contracts, where the provider’s compensation is tied to care quality and patient outcomes.