Improving Care Coordination
Thank you to each Community Coalition partner!
National Care Transitions Awareness (NCTA) Day is the perfect time to say thank you to each Community Coalition partner. So from all of us at Mountain-Pacific, THANK YOU for putting patients first and improving health care in your community.
Coordinating care between hospitals and other care settings leads to better patient care. It opens lines of communication between providers, community support services and patients and family. It ensures the patient and his or her family know which services are available within their community. Coordination of care means improved medication safety and less adverse drug events.
To accomplish coordinated care, health care providers and patients must work together so every patient receives the right care, at the right time, every time.
How can we help?
We know the most common reasons patients unnecessarily end up back in the hospital are from lack of
- accurate and timely transfer of information,
- medication reconciliation,
- reliable follow-up care,
- patient engagement and self-management skills, and
- utilization of available community resources.
Mountain-Pacific brings together providers, partners, health care stakeholders, patients and their families to reduce hospital admission and readmission rates and improve medication safety.
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Tools and Resources
See our Quality Improvement Initiative tools and resources.