The Columbus Organization, a nationally recognized pioneer in care coordination services, introduced ACCOMPLISH™, a new model for delivering services to individuals with intellectual/developmental disability (I/DD), behavioral, medical, and complex care challenges. The model name is an acronym for Aligned Care Coordination Outcomes Model Providing Lifelong Independence and Sustained Health.
ACCOMPLISH™ uses a systematized process that includes unique approaches to care coordinator selection and onboarding, complex care processes and tools, data management and analytics, ongoing learning and development, and performance and quality management. The model simultaneously addresses an individual’s mental/behavioral health, medical/physical health, and social/daily living health. Implementation of ACCOMPLISH™ is intended to result in significant reductions in the financial risk associated with high-cost medical care such as emergency room visits, hospital admissions, and medication use, while improving health outcomes through greater holistic and proactive approaches to care.
The Columbus Organization provides nationally recognized care/support coordination, professional clinical staffing, and quality improvement services for people with I/DD or behavioral needs. The company delivers expertise, resources, and dedication to finding the most appropriate, personalized solutions for its customers. It provides care coordination services in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Jersey.
This was reported by The Columbus Organization on July 20, 2021.
Contact information: The Columbus Organization, 350 Sentry Parkway, Building 620, Suite 120, Blue Bell, PA 19422; 610-592-0292; Fax: 888-379-2524; Email: email@example.com; Website: http://www.columbusorg.com/