Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) tend to be the early leaders, partly because their multiple service lines made EHRs and transition of care documentation an inhouse business priority long ago, he adds.
What does TOC stand for?
TOC stands for Transition of Care
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- Toxic Organic Compound
- Traces of Chaos (online art community)
- Traces of Chaos (webcomic)
- Traction Owners Club (automobile club; UK)
- Traffic Operations Center
- Train Operating Company (UK railroads)
- Train Operating Condition (Australia)
- Training Operations Center
- Transfer of Command
- Transfer Of Custody
- Translocase at the Outer Chloroplast Membrane
- Transmission Oil Cooler (automotive)
- Transnational Organized Crime
- Transportation Operating Command
- Transporting Open Container (various locations)
- Trastorno Obsesivo Compulsivo
- Trial of the Champion (World of Warcraft)
- Trial of the Crusader (World of Warcraft gaming)
- Trinidad to Curaçao (routing designation; US Navy)
- Triumph Owners Club (automobile club; UK)
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The redesigned site reportedly features a range of new downloadable tools and information to help address transition of care challenges and to raise awareness about transitions of care.
Already, a Veterans Health Administration directive is defining roles for staff at VA facilities to "ensure a seamless transition of care.
When the new provider is selected, South Birmingham PCT will work closely with both the home owners and the new care providers to ensure a smooth transition of care management for service users, their carers and relatives.
In September 2005, we testified on VA's collaboration with DOD to provide seamless transition of care for servicemembers between DOD and VA health care systems--that is, no interruption of care as the person moves from being a DOD patient to being a VA patient.
NeighborCare sees three important issues for the future of long-term care: 1) integrated service delivery to increase efficiency in the transition of care from the acute care setting or the home; 2) technology, which increases the educational needs of customers; 3) a challenge to healthcare providers to look more closely when evaluating "cost" vs.