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•Care coordination has been implemented in diverse ways, and most commonly focuses on communication and monitoring within and between healthcare teams.
•Outcome measures of care coordination emphasize biometric patient-level outcomes as opposed to overall quality of care, or integrated health and social care.
•Future research should explore patient and provider preferences and emphasize comprehensive needs assessment in traditional and virtual delivery systems.
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Funding for this study was provided by the School of Nursing, McMaster University. The funder had no involvement in the study design; collection, analysis or interpretation of data; writing of the article; and decision to submit the article for publication.
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