Health Care Transition in School-Based Health Centers: A Pilot Study.

Published on Dec 8, 2020in Journal of School Nursing1.694
· DOI :10.1177/1059840520975745
Patience H. White22
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Samhita M. Ilango2
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+ 2 AuthorsMargaret A. McManus20
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Nationally, there are low rates of high school–age youth receiving health care transition (HCT) preparation from health care providers. This pilot study implemented and assessed the use of a struct...
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Abstract Problem A previous systematic review found that health care transition (HCT) interventions result in positive outcomes related to population health, patient experience of care, and utilization. Since its publication, new national statistics, updated professional guidance, and a growing body of published literature on HCT have prompted the need for an updated systematic review that aims to examine outcomes of the latest pediatric-to-adult HCT interventions. Eligibility criteria Eligible ...
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