Team complexity and care coordination for cancer survivors with multiple chronic conditions: a mixed methods study

Clinical care guidelines and strategies for the comprehensive care coordination of people with multiple chronic conditions (MCC) is insufficient. In addition, limited information is available concerning their perceptions and experiences of care within the healthcare system. This mixed method study employed surveys and interviews to measure team effectiveness and to identify care coordination challenges and facilitators. The results suggested improving team effectiveness as an important way to leverage the expertise of multiple specialties to deliver integrated, patient-centred care for the growing population of cancer survivors with MCC. Read the original article here.
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