Care coordination is the defined organization of patient care activities between a few participants in a specific patient's care to facilitate healthcare services delivery. The service providers work with a  patient share crucial clinical information to achieve the welfare objective. The team works together to keep patients and their families informed and ensure that effective referrals and transitions occur. Care coordination aims to facilitate the appropriate and efficient delivery of health care services both within and across systems.
NM Family Services have trained coordinators to extend and manage care coordination of the patients. They facilitate professional, caring service and ensure that other service providers know the care plans.

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