Summary

Patient-centered specialty practices must have well-organized and systematic ways to track and coordinate care. The vast majority of patients seen in a specialty practice will have other health care professionals involved in their care. As a consequence, the role of the specialty practice in contributing to seamless, coordinated care requires a level of performance and consistency that goes beyond what most practices currently achieve.


The questions and references to NCQA are from the NCQA Patient-Centered Specialty Program and used with permission of NCQA.

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