Although most care for people with serious illness is delivered by multiple providers and agencies, there is no gold standard for how to assemble, train, unify, and sustain strong teams. Using lessons from complexity science, a way of studying complex systems, we propose improving team connections; the quality, quantity, and timeliness of information flow; and the purposeful seeking of diverse perspectives to interpret information and make decisions as a means of driving effective self-organization of teams and leading to high-quality outcomes.
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