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a person having administrative or managerial authority in an organization

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someone who controls resources and expenditures

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Over the course of a lifetime, case managers may change (people move, change jobs, etc.).
Cox explained that case managers and judges can do searches on CCIS now, but it can be an involved process requiring lots of their time and input.
The ability to manage caseloads and the associated paperwork will determine the success or failure of case managers and, by extension, their supervisors and agencies.
Community mental health case managers can have an effect on consumer outcomes; they are the primary point of contact between the mental health system of care and consumers (Walsh, 2000).
The second question was about to what degree consumers' understanding of perceived stigma relates to their perception of the strength of the working alliance with their case manager. Findings suggest that perceived stigma approached a significant association with working alliance.
When the GCC case manager was restored to that site following the storm, it was possible to reconnect with GCC records and help with client referrals.
The process of collaboration with case managers also builds interpersonal skills, laying the groundwork for clients to pursue other, similar relationships and the resources they afford.
With the case manager as the liaison, clients become more likely to use referrals to the Tandem therapist, especially when they can meet in the familiarity of the clinic or their home.
The morning of the surgery, the case manager still had not sent in all of the necessary forms to the doctor.
Grunko said, "it's my understanding that they've determined that 3,444 clients can get along without a case manager. We're concerned how it will affect the care of clients, and we do expect that many of them that might have been able to avoid extensive hospitalization through interventions will now be going straight to the emergency room and costing the state many, many thousands of dollars."
Marguerite's Place, a Nashua nonprofit supporting homeless women with children through transitional housing and other services, has made several promotions: Lianne Bower, promoted to director of operations from case manager; Beverly Doolan, to director of programs from case manager; Celeste Langlois, an infant teacher at the organization's day.
Rousmaniere uses the phrases "lighten the claims load on an adjuster," and "use the case manager as an expensive clerk." A case manager, who is typically a highly qualified, licensed nurse, can and should be much more than an expensive clerk.
Conversely, little work has been undertaken to examine the nature of the relationship between client and case manager (Brun & Rapp 2001).
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