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Module 2: Program Models

The goal of care coordination is to ensure the delivery of high-quality and appropriate care across different healthcare settings. Different care coordination models can be implemented to achieve this goal. The most appropriate model depends on factors such as the needs of the patient, the relationships and agreements between healthcare providers and organizations, the level of information sharing among healthcare providers and between healthcare providers and patients, and community characteristics.

To learn how to identify and adapt interventions, see Developing a Rural Community Health Program in the Rural Community Health Toolkit.

This toolkit identifies six program models for rural care coordination.

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