Pediatric Care Coordination: The Business Case for a Medical Home
Family centered care
Unbiased and clear information
Primary care, in the broadest definition
Assurance that care for acute and chronic conditions is continuously available
Continuity of care, including transitions to other providers
Appropriate and timely referrals to pediatric medical and surgical specialists
Interaction with early intervention programs
KeywordsElectronic Health Record Electronic Record Health Information Technology Electronic Health Record System Paper Chart
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