Factors Associated with Collaboration Among Agencies Serving Children with Complex Chronic Conditions
Maternal and Child Health Journal , 05/24/2012Nageswaran S et al.
Collaborative relationships between agencies that serve children with complex chronic conditions (CCC) are increased by coalition participation, longer existence and higher CCC clientele. Future studies should evaluate whether interventions to improve collaborations among agencies will improve clinical outcomes of children with CCC.
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