Nurses make good care coordinators

05/1/2013 | HealthLeaders Media

Nurses and care coordinators share similar responsibilities, including juggling several patients during their shifts and dealing with constant interruptions. "I think a nurse is the best suited to this type of work," said Janet Duni, registered nurse and director of care coordination at Vanguard Medical Group in Verona, N.J. However, reimbursement plans are needed from payers for care coordination to really catch on, she said.

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