Planning Care in the Clinical, Operational, and Financial Worlds
If care is clinically inappropriate it fails.
If care is not operationalized properly, it also fails
If care does not make reasonable use of resources, the organization, its patients, or society eventually go bankrupt and thousands of patient-clinician relationships are disrupted.
KeywordsCare Plan Human Interaction Emergency Room Visit Healthcare Organization Mental Health Setting
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