Care Coordination

Another component of a Life Care Plan, coordination of care among health care providers, facilities, patients and their families can increase the chances of aging in place, improving quality of life, and independence. If aging in place is not possible, care coordination can:

Care Coordination
  • Help in the transition to a suitable and appropriate residential setting
  • Prepare families to partner with facilities to ensure a better quality of care and life
  • Help patients and clients form realistic expectations
  • Decrease stress and anxiety

For more information, see our section on Geriatric Care Management and Qualified Mental Health Management.


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