Care Coordination for Patient Navigators


4/26/2018 – 4/26/2018

9 am-4:30 pm


$25 in state, $100 out of state, No Cost (Group Registration)


Mile High United Way CoBank Leadership Center
711 Park Ave West
Denver, CO   80205

Primary Competency

Analytical/Assessment Skills

Healthcare delivery can be very fragmented, which often results in poor health outcomes, patient dissatisfaction, and higher healthcare costs. Coordinated care contributes to patient-centered, high-quality care. This Level 2 course prepares patient navigators to coordinate care for their clients consistent with Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH) guidelines and requirements.

Prerequesite: Level 1: Patient Navigator Fundamentals

Due to grant funds through June 2018, we are able to offer this training for a nominal cost of $25 for Colorado navigators. Please select No Cost (Group Registration) if you have arranged to send payment. 

Learning Objectives
  • Define care coordination
  • Describe Care coordination activities
  • Describe which patient groups would most benefit from care coordination
  • Demonstrate 9 Foundational Care Coordination Activities
  • Demonstrate how to support patient self-management goals
  • Create, communicate review and revise a plan of care
  • Discuss ways to measure effects of Care Coordination
Prerequisites / Learning Level
Level 1: Patient Navigator Fundamentals

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