By Tatum Anderson
Nicole Commander, Manager of Assist and Medical Management was featured in the Bridging the Health Care Gap article from International Travel and Health Journal. Here's a selection:
Seven Corners’ Commander said that, at least in the US, preference is given to facilities accredited by organisations such as the Urgent Care Accreditation of America, Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care or Joint Commission. It also looks for in-network facilities rather than those out-of-network. It assesses available services, including laboratory, diagnostic imaging, telemedicine, and occupational medicine too. Importantly, said Commander, it looks for hospital affiliation. “That provides continuity of care, a smoother transition for patient, and reduces duplication of costs,” she said.
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