Healthcare is adopting integrated care approaches involving teams working across disciplines and sectors. We are seeing the transition to more team-based care because of the workforce shortage. For example, hospitals are reevaluating their nurse-to-patient ratios model. Instead of assigning one nurse to oversee a small group of patients, a team-based approach of several staff members who work at the top of their license care for a larger group of patients.

In care delivery models such as hospital-at-home, skilled-nursing facility at home, value-based care, managing social determinants of health, behavioral health, palliative care, and home-based primary care, the team-based approach is based upon:

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