Care coordination agreements ensure quality care and establish protocols to support effective transitions. Care coordination agreements are effective tools for presenting the responsibilities of participating providers, facilities and services. These agreements ensure that responsibilities for transfers of care and services are orderly and promote the highest possible quality of care. The agreements also include protocols and procedures for sharing information between organizations. In the case of care transitions, some follow-up and follow-up are necessary and must be documented. One of the cornerstones of effective coordination of care is the rapid exchange of patient information, which helps multiple providers access information services and document the progress of the care plan. These include demographic and care information contained in the CCBHCs electronic medical record, as well as medical and benefit records from other providers involved in coordinated care. CCBHCs should have a plan on how best to improve the coordination of care with all designated cooperating organizations (EDCs) using Health Information Technology (EDP). For all non-CCBHC providers who provide care or services to a CCBHC consumer, the CCBHC must undertake and document appropriate trials to determine which drugs are prescribed by these suppliers to CCBHC consumers. With the right agreement, the CCBHC should also make this information available to other suppliers if necessary to ensure a safe and quality supply. If necessary, the agreements should also contain all other expectations necessary to meet other care transfer requirements.
Certified Municipal Behavioural Clinics (CCBHCs) must have agreements defining expectations for coordination of services with certain institutions in the area served by the CCBHC. While these facilities include, among others, hospital psychiatric centres, ambulatory and medical detoxification centres, detoxification follow-up services, housing programs, emergency hospitals, emergency services, hospitals, hospitals, emergency centres or residential crisis centres, the agreement should provide that HCCBs should have protocols for the prosecution of consumers in emergency services. , hospital and outpatient hospitals, detoxification and other facilities.