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  1. Comprehensive Care | National Multiple Sclerosis Society Today multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a curable disease. Effective strategies can help modify or slow the disease course, treat relapses (also called attacks or exacerbations), manage symptoms, improve function and safety, and address emotional health. The model of comprehensive MS care involves the expertise of many different healthcare professionals — each contributing in a unique way to ...
  2. Comprehensive Care | National Multiple Sclerosis Society The goal is comprehensive, coordinated care to manage the disease and promote comfort, function, independence, health and wellness. Only by sharing expertise in a coordinated and collaborative manner, can the complex needs of individuals with MS and their families be met (Consortium of MS Centers Comprehensive Care in MS White Paper, 2010) .
  3. Advanced Care Needs | National Multiple Sclerosis Society The National MS Society is working to increase access to high quality, comprehensive and coordinated care for everyone affected by MS, regardless of where they are in their MS journey. Learn how we are "Addressing Advanced Care Needs of People with MS and Their Families."
  4. Partners in MS Care | National Multiple Sclerosis Society Centers for Comprehensive MS Care can also be a Partner in MS Care. Centers for Comprehensive MS Care address the needs of those living with MS through coordinated multi-disciplinary care—from medical, to psycho-social and rehabilitation service—to provide exceptional MS care.
  5. Access to High Quality MS Healthcare Principles | National ... Care is coordinated amongst all healthcare providers treating the person with MS. People with MS have access to comprehensive health insurance plans with affordable premiums, deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs. (3) Principle 3 is realized when:
  6. Carepartners | National Multiple Sclerosis Society If your loved one with MS needs full-time support while you take time away from home, ask family and friends for help. Other family members or friends are often willing — even pleased — to spend time with the person with MS, and many organizations have respite care programs. Contact an MS Navigator today to find respite care.
  7. Resources for You and Your Practice | National Multiple ... Partners in MS Care are healthcare providers — such as neurologists, physical therapists and long-term care providers — who have demonstrated knowledge and expertise in treating people with MS. Centers for Comprehensive Care are a form of Partner in MS Care that provide coordinated multi-disciplinary care.
  8. Managing MS | National Multiple Sclerosis Society Comprehensive Care. A team approach benefits healthcare professionals and their patients, whether it occurs in an MS comprehensive care center or through active communication and collaboration among clinicians in the community.
  9. MS Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Partners ... Center for Comprehensive MS Care: Offers a multi-disciplinary model of care to address the often complex needs of many people with MS; and access to a full array of medical, psycho-social, and rehabilitation services delivered in a coordinated fashion where providers share common goals for patient outcomes.; Neurologic Care: Neurologists with current knowledge and experience treating MS.
  10. Multiple Sclerosis Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical ... The Partners in MS Care program acknowledges and encourages total care of people living with MS. The central focus is on the ability of patients to access the needed services, which may be offered on-site or through referral, while upholding excellence in coordinated and comprehensive MS care.
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