Collaborative Care Strategy for Complex Patients

June 16, 2015 Mark Boudreau

A clinician friend of mine likes to joke: “general family practitioners know nothing about everything, and clinical specialists know everything about nothing.” All joking aside, the complementary nature of the generalist/specialist model is still needed in healthcare today, now more than ever, and there is tremendous pressure to make it work more seamlessly. However, as health IT advisors, we need to better enable this model, especially when we consider the inherent complexity of the healthcare system, and complex patients specifically.

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