HCP care coordination
Care coordination is a person-and-family-centered, assessment-driven, team approach designed to meet the needs and preferences of individuals while enhancing the care giving capabilities of families and service providers. Care coordination addresses the natural relationships between behavioral, developmental, educational, financial, medical, and social needs of an individual in order to optimize health and wellness outcomes.
The HCP Care Coordinator and family will work as a team to:
- advocate for the child.
- identify and prioritize needs.
- develop a plan to achieve goals.
Each HCP Care Coordinator provides in depth, one on one care coordination. Examples of care coordination activities include assistance with identifying local services, finding insurance or other financial resources, and supporting important transitions such as from hospital to home or from child to adult care. HCP staff also work in the community to increase collaboration and supports for families.