Population-Based Care: A Case Study

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Population-based care is the art of connecting individuals with needed health related services that will improve their health and well-being. Care coordination is an important part of population based care. According to Lamb, it is a process that occurs between patients, families and members of the health care team to organize care and assure that everyone and every service is aligned and working toward the same goals (2014). Furthermore, it helps to ensure that the patient’s needs and preferences for health services are met. Care coordination also involves communication, mobilization of appropriate people and resources (Lamb, 2014).
I presently work with a homeless population in Baltimore County. They tend to have very fragmented health care

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