Care coordination is recognized

for slowing the rise of chronic disease,

which is forecasted to account for

66.7% of all deaths by 2020.

Care coordination is a set of shared strategies for preventing and managing chronic conditions to improve health, quality of care, and cost outcomes. This free six-week ECHO learning series is designed to help non-licensed care coordinators, patient navigators, and community health workers better understand, communicate, and work at the top of their scope. Each session will introduce, build upon, and hone relevant skills for effective team-based care coordination for non-licensed staff working with patients.

This series is offered in partnership with the Patient Navigator Training Collaborative (PNTC), the Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center (RMPHTC) and the Care Coordination Central (CCC)

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ECHO COLORADO LEARNING SERIES

Team-Based Care Coordination:
Understand, Communicate, and Work at the Top of Your Scope

Audience: Non-licensed Care Coordinators, Patient Navigators,
and Community Health Workers

Commitment:
Six weekly* ECHO sessions held virtually
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  • ECHO SESSION 1

    Care Coordinators and Team-based Care

  • ECHO SESSION 2

    Screening and Panel Management

  • ECHO SESSION 3

    Need Assessment

  • ECHO SESSION 4

    Self-Care Management Support

  • ECHO SESSION 5

    Shared Care Plans

  • ECHO SESSION 6

    Cross organizational care management

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