HA4120D-Management of Continum Care Services | HA4120D-Management of Continum Care Services | National American University
Multiple parties can also increase the risk of duplicate efforts, as they may all be trying to accomplish the same task instead of using their combined strengths to handle things more efficiently. 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.
The risk of having two case manager working together with one person is therefore likely to exist. However, this can be mitigated by creating effective communication protocols between both parties and cooperating closely. Setting ground rules in advance regarding decision-making processes, reporting structures and responsibilities will allow all parties to better manage their roles.