By Sarah C. Threnhauser

Community-based care—or delivering health care and social services to the consumer wherever they are—comes in a wide range of program models, which vary in enrollment of consumers, the clinical professionals included on the care team, and the payer. But while different programs can vary significantly in their individual parts, most models involve to some degree wrapping serves around the consumer, coordinating their care, and building the skills to manage their own care. For more this month, we reached out to Nancy Wexler, Director of Innovation and Collaborative Care at Banner University Health Plan. Banner University Medical Group . . .
Restricted Content

You must be a member to view this resource.

Log in | Sign up or learn more about membership options
Community-based care—or delivering health care and social services to the consumer wherever they are—comes in a wide range of program models, which vary in enrollment of consumers, the clinical professionals included on the care team, and the payer. But while different programs can vary significantly in their individual parts, most models involve to some degree wrapping serves around the consumer, coordinating their care, and building the skills to manage their own care. For more this month, we reached out to Nancy Wexler, Director of Innovation and Collaborative Care at Banner University Health Plan. Banner University Medical Group . . .
Restricted Content

You must be a member to view this resource.

Log in | Sign up or learn more about membership options

Login to access The OPEN MINDS Circle Library. Not a member? Create your free account now!