Coordination of Care

​​Health care and social services systems are disjointed and difficult to navigate. Specialty systems typically operate in silos and have difficulty effectively communicating with other providers and social welfare systems. This isolation often leads to inefficient, duplicative and confusing care for individuals.

Cardinal Innovations expects and monitors that providers will coordinate care and services with other current physical and behavioral health providers; collect relevant information from past providers (e.g., hospitals/facilities, therapists, physicians); and work collaboratively with relevant community social service workers (e.g., Departments of Social Services, Juvenile Justice, Parole Officers). The goal is to ensure as seamless a system of care as possible, ensuring members are given the best chance for positive outcomes.  ​