Maintenance of continuity of care in a rotating-physician model in an outpatient palliative care clinic

@inproceedings{Selby2015MaintenanceOC,
  title={Maintenance of continuity of care in a rotating-physician model in an outpatient palliative care clinic},
  author={Debbie Selby and Audrey Kim and Anita Chakraborty},
  year={2015}
}
Continuity of care (COC) has been defined as “the degree to which a series of discrete healthcare events is experienced as coherent and connected and consistent with a patient’s medical needs and personal context.” [5]. COC for patients with serious illnesses has long been regarded as important, with attention paid to many facets of continuity, including both personal or relational continuity as well as informational/knowledge continuity [6, 7]. Studies from family practice as well as home… CONTINUE READING
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