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Care Coordination 

Care Coordination
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Care Coordination
Author(s):

Joy H. Kang

and Peter A. Selwyn

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780190493097.003.0015
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date: 07 December 2019

Patients infected with HIV are now living longer, and there is a growing prevalence of HIV-related and/or non-HIV-related comorbidities, often with an increasing need for chronic disease management beyond the treatment of HIV infection. The barriers to each of the steps in the HIV continuum of care need to be identified, anticipated, and addressed. Comprehensive HIV care requires the coordination of many providers. Successful management of referrals, communication between team members, and the challenges of an aging HIV-infected population are reviewed. The interdisciplinary team approach is essential to effective coordination of care for patients with multiple health and service needs.

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