Patients with complex healthcare concerns may receive care from a primary care physician, a visiting nurse, or a range of specialists. Coordinating that care can be challenging for patients and caregivers alike. Within VA, the goals of care coordination research are to understand those factors that contribute to effectively organized patient care and the sharing of information among all of a patient's caregivers. Ideally, care coordination research results in evidence that helps healthcare systems and providers achieve safer, higher quality, and more effective care for our nation's Veterans.
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(5 of more than 130 CARE COORDINATION focused publications)
- Connor KI, Siebens HC, Mittman BS, McNeese-Smith DK, Ganz DA, Barry F, Edwards LK, McGowan MG, Cheng EM, Vickrey BG. Stakeholder perceptions of components of a Parkinson disease care management intervention, care coordination for health promotion and activities in Parkinson's disease (CHAPS). BMC neurology. 2020 Dec 2; 20(1):437.
- Ayele RA, Liu W, Rohs C, McCreight M, Mayberry A, Sjoberg H, Kelley L, Glasgow RE, Rabin BA, Battaglia C. VA Care Coordination Program Increased Primary Care Visits and Improved Transitional Care for Veterans Post Non-VA Hospital Discharge. American journal of medical quality : the official journal of the American College of Medical Quality. 2020 Aug 10; 1062860620946362.
- Connor KI, Siebens HC, Mittman BS, Ganz DA, Barry F, Ernst EJ, Edwards LK, McGowan MG, McNeese-Smith DK, Cheng EM, Vickrey BG. Quality and extent of implementation of a nurse-led care management intervention: care coordination for health promotion and activities in Parkinson's disease (CHAPS). BMC health services research. 2020 Aug 10; 20(1):732.
- Benzer JK, Gurewich D, Singer SJ, McIntosh NM, Mohr DC, Vimalananda VG, Charns MP. A Mixed Methods Study of the Association of Non-Veterans Affairs Care With Veterans' and Clinicians' Experiences of Care Coordination. Medical care. 2020 Aug 1; 58(8):696-702.
- Lagisetty P, Bohnert A, Goesling J, Hu HM, Travis B, Lagisetty K, Brummett CM, Englesbe MJ, Waljee J. Care Coordination for Patients on Chronic Opioid Therapy Following Surgery: A Cohort Study. Annals of surgery. 2020 Aug 1; 272(2):304-310.
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(5 of more than 23 CARE COORDINATION focused publication briefs)
- Veterans Using VA and Non-VA Care Experience More Healthcare “Hassles” than Veterans Using VA Care Only
Investigators in this study compared “hassles” experienced by Veterans receiving VA healthcare only versus those receiving dual care from both VA and non-VA community providers. Findings showed that dual-care users experienced more hassles than VA-only users (average 5.5 vs. 4.3 hassles). The overall number of reported hassles ranged from 0 to 16, with 79% of Veterans reporting that they experienc...
Date: May 7, 2020
- Eight Organizational Target Areas for Improving Access to Primary Care
This study sought to identify priorities for improving healthcare organization management of patient access to primary care based on prior evidence and a stakeholder panel. Findings showed that optimal access to primary care for enrolled patient populations requires active ongoing management of at least eight diverse target areas (two organizational structure targets, four process improvements, an...
Date: February 1, 2020
- JGIM Supplement Features VA Research on Care Coordination Both within VA and with Non-VA Healthcare Providers
In March 2018, a state-of-the-art (SOTA) conference on care coordination was jointly planned by VA HSR&D and the Offices of Primary Care, Community Care, Nursing Services, and Care Management and Social Work. The SOTA was organized into three workgroups: 1) measures and models of care coordination; 2) care coordination within the VA system; and 3) care coordination between VA and non-VA providers ...
Date: May 1, 2019
- Effect of Intensive Primary Care on Patient Experience Outcomes
To address the gap in evidence about patient experiences with intensive primary care, study investigators conducted a survey of Veterans in a five-site randomized trial of intensive primary care in the VA healthcare system. Findings showed that augmenting VA’s patient-centered medical home with intensive primary care had a modestly positive influence on high-risk patients’ experiences with care co...
Date: May 1, 2019
- Receipt of Opioid Prescriptions from Both VA and Medicare Associated with Greater Likelihood of Overdose Death
This study assessed the association between dual receipt of opioid prescriptions from VA and Medicare Part D and prescription opioid overdose death among Veterans enrolled in both VA and Part D. Findings showed that receipt of opioid prescriptions from both VA and Part D was associated with 2-3 times greater odds of overdose death than among Veterans receiving opioids from VA or Part D only. Dual ...
Date: March 12, 2019
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( 5 of more than 28 CARE COORDINATION focused projects
|| Women Veteran''s Satisfaction with the Maternity Benefit, Maternity Care Coordination, and Barriers to Care
|| Evaluating Care Coordination for Community Hospitalized Veterans to Improve Outcomes in Dual Use (ECHOeD)
|| Care Coordination and Outcomes in the VA Expanded Choice Program
|| Precision Medicine Care Coordination in the Veterans Health Administration
|| Care Coordination for High-Risk Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions
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