Care Coordination

What is Workforce Development to Support Care Coordination?

  • Workforce development with a specific focus on care management aims to build a human capital infrastructure to support care management functions.
  • The care management workforce typically includes health or social services professionals who are responsible for coordinating medical and social support services for individuals with disabilities or complex health needs.

Why Adopt Workforce Development to Support Care Coordination?

  • Adopting workforce development and training strategies to support care coordination can improve health care access and quality while containing costs for individuals with complex health needs.
  • The benefits of investing in workforce development and training strategies include reduced staff turnover, improved health outcomes and reduced costs.

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