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Shameka Coles

Because care management and coordination often defy traditional return on investment formulas, come budget time, AltaMed Health Services Corporation had to take a hard look at contributions of its multidisciplinary care team to the organizational bottom line. Listen to Shameka Coles, AltaMed's associate vice president of medical management, outline seven key metrics presented to AltaMed's CFO tying the coordinated care team to Altamed’s financial goals—data that ultimately secured funding for phase four of the coordinated care management initiative.

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