Supplement Issue: Improving Care Coordination for Veterans Within VA and Across Healthcare Systems

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Read our May Supplement,  Improving Care Coordination for Veterans Within VA and Across Healthcare Systems:

Improving Care Coordination for Veterans Within VA and Across Healthcare Systems

Standardizing Care Coordination Within the Department of Veterans Affairs

Strengthening Patient-Centered Care in the VHA: A Relational Model of Change

Coordinating Care Across VA Providers and Settings: Policy and Research Recommendations from VA’s State of the Art Conference

Recommendations for the Evaluation of Cross-System Care Coordination from the VA State-of-the-art Working Group on VA/Non-VA Care

Incorporating Theory into Practice: Reconceptualizing Exemplary Care Coordination Initiatives from the US Veterans Health Delivery System

Organizational Coordination and Patient Experiences of Specialty Care Integration

VA Provider Perspectives on Coordinating COPD Care Across Health Systems

Survey of Patient-Centered Coordination of Care for Diabetes with Cardiovascular and Mental Health Comorbidities in the Department of Veterans Affairs

Understanding Maternity Care Coordination for Women Veterans Using an Integrated Care Model Approach

Operationalizing an Implementation Framework to Disseminate a Care Coordination Program for Rural Veterans

Practical Use of Process Mapping to Guide Implementation of a Care Coordination Program for Rural Veterans

Effects of Intensive Primary Care on High-Need Patient Experiences: Survey Findings from a Veterans Affairs Randomized Quality Improvement Trial

Staff Perspectives on Primary Care Teams as De Facto “Hubs” for Care Coordination in VA: a Qualitative Study

Health Care Coordination Theoretical Frameworks: a Systematic Scoping Review to Increase Their Understanding and Use in Practice