Table 2

Numbers of care coordination measure instruments, by domain and perspective
Domain Patient/family perspective Health care professional perspective System representative perspective Total all perspectives
Care coordination activities
Establish accountability or negotiate responsibility 22 (44%) 18 (36%) 11 (22%) 50*
Communicate 35 (58%) 17 (28%) 9 (15%) 60*
Interpersonal communication 30 (67%) 10 (22%) 5 (11%) 45
Information transfer 41 (53%) 17 (22%) 21 (27%) 78*
Facilitate transitions across settings 22 (48%) 11 (24%) 14 (30%) 46*
Facilitate transitions as coordination needs change 4 (36%) 2 (18%) 5 (45%) 11
Assess needs and goals 35 (61%) 15 (26%) 7 (12%) 57
Create a proactive plan of care 15 (36%) 15 (36%) 12 (29%) 42
Monitor, follow up, and respond to change 28 (54%) 9 (17%) 16 (31%) 52*
Support self-management goals 32 (60%) 11 (21%) 10 (19%) 53
Link to community resources 13 (46%) 8 (29%) 8 (29%) 28*
Align resources with patient and population needs 13 (43%) 8 (27%) 10 (33%) 30*
Broad approaches potentially related to care coordination
Teamwork focused on coordination 16 (44%) 16 (44%) 4 (11%) 36
Health care home 8 (50%) 1 (6%) 7 (44%) 16
Care management 4 (29%) 4 (29%) 6 (43%) 14
Medication management 20 (54%) 8 (22%) 9 (24%) 37
Health IT-enabled coordination 1 (8%) 3 (23%) 9 (69%) 13

Nā€‰=ā€‰96 instruments. Parentheses indicate the percent of domain instruments that map to each perspective.

*One measure instrument mapped to two perspectives for this domain, making the total less than the sum of the perspective columns.

Schultz et al.

Schultz et al. BMC Health Services Research 2013 13:119   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-13-119

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