HA4120D Management of Continum Care Services – National American University| HA4120D-Management of Continum Care Services | National American University
Multiparty involvement increases the likelihood of duplication because everyone is trying to do the same thing, rather than using their collective resources to solve problems more effectively. Additionally, if one party does not keep the other updated on progress then important information could be missed resulting in gaps in care delivery – this can become especially problematic if treatment plans depend on up-to-date data as changes in condition could potentially be overlooked.
There is a possibility that two case managers will be working together with the same individual. However, these risks can be minimized by creating effective communication protocols and coordination between all parties. It is possible to make sure that all parties are able, with greater confidence and knowledge of their respective roles, set clear ground rules regarding decision making process, responsibilities, reporting structures and other aspects.