Best Practices of Care Coordination Report: Rockbridge
This is the final report of purpose of a community based research project to conduct an in depth analysis of best practices of care coordination in other communities in order to provide a few key practices that may work and be implemented in the Rockbridge area. In order to do so, this project will examine initiatives in other communities while also interviewing individuals and organizations in Rockbridge involved in promoting health and health care. Speaking with individuals in the community will give a better indication of the level of care coordination currently in place and evaluate which strategies would be most feasible and effective in the Rockbridge area. As such, this report will take into account community perspectives, community resources and the current literature. It was completed by Washington and Lee University student Batsheva Honig as part of the fulfillment of the Bonner Program in the role of Community-Academic Research Alliance/Shepherd Program Summer Intern.