The basis of care coordination is providers working together and communicating with each other to better help patients find resources and services that support their health goals. This can result in improved health, reduction of health care costs, and even prevents duplication of expensive health care services and unneeded visits to the emergency department. Here’s a real example of how this worked for a real Vermonter, Fred, who had a long list of complex medical issues. As a result of care coordination, Fred’s health improved. Watch the video to learn more.