Care Coordination

Mar 20, 2019
During a period of unprecedented change, hospitals and health systems are working to lead the transformation of care delivery by providing more coordinated, convenient and responsive care to patients and communities. That is the message hospital and health system leaders shared today during an AHA…
Feb 21, 2019
“Competition? It’s What the Doctor Ordered” paints an incomplete picture of how coordinated networks of care among hospitals and health systems affect health care delivery. Not only does it leave out many key facts on the benefits to patients and communities…it also attempts to draw broad…
Feb 12, 2019
AHA comments on HHS' request for information on modifying Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) rules to improve coordinated care.
Feb 11, 2019
Montefiore Health System uses the Collaborative Care Model to better serve patients with significant medical and mental health conditions and socioeconomic challenges.
Dec 12, 2018
A new AHA report highlights some of the significant changes and future challenges that impact hospitals and health systems.
Oct 30, 2018
Innovation labs and centers of excellence continue to take shape as health care organizations look for ways to speed delivery system transformation and control costs better. Partners HealthCare, the Boston-based nonprofit and physicians’ network, became the latest to step up its activity in this…
Aug 24, 2018
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General seeks comments on how it can modify the anti-kickback statute and exceptions to the beneficiary inducements civil monetary penalty definition of “remuneration.”
Aug 8, 2018
Hartford HealthCare – Connecticut Logistics Center Coordinates Care Among Six Hospitals Hartford HealthCare instituted a centralized logistics center to maximize patient flow among its flagship academic medical center in Hartford and its five other hospitals in Connecticut. Since its launch in…
Jul 25, 2018
In an effort to make care more accessible to its changing community, Washington, D.C.-based Providence Health System will transition out of acute care services by the end of 2018 and will instead offer care coordination, telehealth services and virtual care, primary and urgent care, home care,…