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The medical case management services market in North America is expected to increase from its current estimated value of US$ 3,021.
We are celebrating National Case Management Week at Vibra Hospital Fort Wayne by promoting the following events: exhibit at the CMSA Fort Wayne Chapter Seminar, 'Piecing Together the Case Management Plan,' Tuesday October 9, 2012 from 7:00 am to 5:00pm at the Public Safety Academy of Northeast Indiana.
In his concluding chapter, while not asking for the return of the fifty-minute hour, Floersch, seems to call for the return of ego psychology or of "clinical" case management as a means of bringing "a theory of the self back into management work.
The Effective Integration of Utilization and Case Management.
A single call-in number for all disabilities is an important key to early intervention and active case management.
Case management is not a perfect solution to medical/disability costs.
The content describes how to create a case management team within an institution, evaluative methods of the program and pitfalls to consider during implementation.
In the late 1980s, case management began to develop its own impetus as an independent profession (E.
A review of the literature demonstrates that case management has become a synonym for cost-effective quality care (Girard, 1994).
Cost containment: Short-term disability costs are controlled through case management and duration guidelines to ensure that short-term claims don't becom long-term ones.
The local case management function of the unit serves primarily as administrative oversight for drug seizures.
Given its prevalence, policymakers need information to help them estimate the costs of case management in long-term care: both its actual costs under various program designs, the proportion of the cost of delivering services attributable to case management, or the monetary or other benefits gained because of it.
2012 Healthcare Benchmarks: Embedded Case Management provides actionable information from a cross-section of healthcare organizations whose case managers work within a primary care practice, nursing home or other point of care.
21, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Case Management Association (ACMA) today released its new Standards of Practice and Scope of Services for Health Care Delivery System Case Management and Transitions of Care (TOC) Professionals.
This book provides a sociological and historical context for case management that is seldom considered or understood in case management practice books.
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