Welcome to the Knowledge & Resource Center
, a collection of transitions of care tools that seek to improve care transitions and positively impact health outcomes.
The Center features tools and resources submitted to the Essential Resource Program, which address a specific transition of care issue; assist patients, caregivers, healthcare providers and others with respect to transitions of care; and/or positively impact patient outcomes. Submitted tools and resources must also address one or more of the NTOCC Seven Principles, principles by which providers and organizations must adhere to improve transitions of care, as well as the NTOCC Seven Critical Interventions, key elements found in evidence-based care interventions. We hope you find the following tools and information useful:
- JANSSEN CONNECT® is an information and assistance program designed to help patients start and stay on their Janssen long-acting injectable atypical antipsychotic after their healthcare professional has deemed it to be the most clinically appropriate treatment option.
- Care4Today® Mobile Health Manager is a free mobile app designed to support and motivate people to stay on schedule with their medications. Care4Today® Mobile Health Manager includes an up-to-date database containing 40,000 FDA-approved medications and 20,000 images inclusive of generic and brand name medications.
- PAH White Paper is a transitions of care white paper that was developed by NTOCC and Case Management Society of America (CMSA) for system leaders and interprofessional clinical team members who treat and manage patients with PAH.
- The Joint Commission's Transitions of Care Portal is a valuable source of information from The Joint Commission enterprise and other healthcare organizations, related to the topic of transitions of care (the movement of patients between various health care settings.)
- IPF White Paper is a transitions of care white paper that incorporates essential interventions and tools designed to ensure effective and safe transitions of care for patients with IPF across healthcare settings.