What is Care Coordination?
Care Coordination is your first step on your journey to get help. It is a process that we at Elite DNA Behavioral Health pioneered as part of our comprehensive approach to your mental health care plan.
You will begin with a conversation with one of our Care Coordinators. The purpose of this initial meeting is to assess your needs and to match you with the right providers and therapies that can help you reach your treatment goals of better mental health.
How Does Care Coordination Work?
Elite DNA Behavioral Health is staffed with a team of knowledgeable, experienced intake specialists. The goal of Care Coordination is to support you throughout your journey toward healing.
You will be assigned one Care Coordinator who will serve as your advocate, answering any questions you have while providing you with the information you need to get the most successful results from your treatment. These experts are familiar with all the treatment options available at Elite DNA Behavioral Health and will match you with the right provider (or multiple providers) for your tailored care plan.
Can Care Coordination Help Me?
We find that most people benefit from working with their Care Coordinator. Care Coordination offers an individual approach to ensure you are matched with the best provider for you.
It is important to us that you feel safe and comfortable with your Care Coordinator and with all the providers recommended to you. Bring a list of questions so your care manager can focus on addressing your concerns and design the most effective care plan for you.
Your Care Coordination appointment is a time to express any concerns you may have — this is YOUR journey, and our goal is to help you reach your goal.
What Can I Expect From Care Coordination?
At your first meeting, your Care Coordinator will take a medical history, much like your first appointment with a medical doctor. Your Care Coordinator will ask you about any over the counter or prescription medications you’re currently taking.
He or she will help you complete any necessary paperwork to get you ready for your first appointment.
This is a big step in your care process, and while it can be exciting, it can also feel overwhelming, confusing, or perhaps downright scary! Your Care Coordinator understands all the emotions you’re currently experiencing and will be there to support you every step of the way.
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We pioneered our comprehensive approach to behavioral and mental health and provide affordable, quality care for our patients. Our full suite of Care Coordinators, Psychiatrists and Medical Staff, and Therapists are ready to help.