- •Value-based payment is leading to enhanced care coordination staffing.
- •Sites are task shifting low-complexity care coordination to unlicensed staff.
- •Important care coordination education gaps necessitate in-depth on-the-job training.
- •Demonstrating the return on investment of care coordination staffing remains a challenge.
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