Introduction to Care Coordination

Introduction to Care Coordination

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Introduction to Care Coordination

D&TA Award- Introduction to Care Coordination 

Enhance patient care and team motivation . To reach its full potential treatment coordination needs to be embedded into the practice’s operational strategy. This course is for practice managers and their teams planning to introduce treatment coordination services.Teams introducing care coordination have encountered a range of challenges, some of which may deter the team and undermine the success of the programme.

This training session will enable you to navigate these and realise the full potential of treatment coordination for patient care and team motivation. This programme offers 3 x 2 hour sessions of training and preparation for the introduction of treatment coordination systems

Now that dental care providers are familiar with quality management concepts, such as  of strategic planning, polices, procedures and quality audit. This training helps the team to extend these concepts to their treatment coordination programme.

 As a result  your treatment coordination programme will run effectively and efficiently -making the best use of resources, whilst offering patients reliable, adaptable and patient -focused communication


  • Determine KPI's for treatment coordination
  • Identify roles and expectations
  • Plan treatment coordination resources
  • Identify audit and evaluation processes


Delegates will produce a strategic plan for treatment coordination with clear aims and objectives and recognition of the associated costs and benefits.

Introduction to Care Coordination

The minimum age requirement for this course is 18 years.

Students must have:

  • Be self-motivated

  • Excellent level of English. You must be able to read, write and understand English fluently. Students may be asked to sit an entry test. The results of this will determine your progression through the course


You will need a computer with internet access to study this course as the study material and activities are accessible via a web browser.

We recommend the following:

  • Windows desktop or laptop running Windows 7 or later

  • Macintosh desktop or laptop running OSX 10.7 or later

  • modern Linux desktop or laptop

A netbook or tablet or any other device that supports one of the browsers below

We recommend a minimum 1 Mbps internet connection

  • Internet Explorer 9 and above

  • Apple Safari 7 and above

  • Google Chrome 31 and above

  • Mozilla Firefox 31 and above

Introduction to Care Coordination

Distance learners can join a rolling course at any time

Introduction to Care Coordination


You will have a tutor allocated to you who will help you with the study material and mark and comment on your written work. You can ask your tutor for help and guidance.

Learning will take place across a blend of media.


You will be expected to submit your work online through our dedicated student learning hub .

Assessment is an essential part of this course learning and you are expected to meet all agreed course deadlines.

Course materials are available to cover the essential aspects for this course. Independent research is essential to optimise your understanding and learning.

Introduction to Care Coordination

Introduction to Care Coordination


£15.00 (payable on booking)

D&TA Award- Introduction to Care Coordination Course Fee: £150.00

Deposit of £15.00 payable on booking.

Remaining course fee payable thereafter.


All course material and learning days are included if relevant.


Functional skills test tuition if required.


A non-refundable deposit will secure your course place.

For the remainder of the course fee payment will be due in full

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