Care Coordination Contact Preferences
Communication between providers and the care coordination staff is essential for best outcomes. Often, the care coordination staff need to contact providers to ask for their input on a patient or update them on patient changes. At times, we need assistance with a priority order or prior authorization. Please let us know how we should communicate best with you.
- Who is the best contact person at your practice for care coordination collaboration needs?
- Is email, fax or phone best for you?
Sharing this information with the care coordination staff will streamline our communication and ensure your patients get the full benefit of care coordination services.
Please email your preferences to PFKCareCoordination@NationwideChildrens.org. Our goal is provide you with an up to date care plans every 90 days.