5 edition of Case management in health care found in the catalog.
Case management in health care
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Peggy A. Rossi.|
|LC Classifications||RA427 .R67 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 805 p. :|
|Number of Pages||805|
|LC Control Number||2 00304075|
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Case Management in Health Care is a comprehensive reference designed to educate nurses and other health care professionals on the processes involved in case management.
This reference discusses interventions and collaboration efforts that are necessary to move the patient through the continuum of care. It explores the changes in case management /5(5).
Written for new case managers, this book is a practical guide for nurses, social workers, and others responsible for coordinating and managing the care of the individual patient within the healthcare system. It is also used as a text for graduate level courses and an excellent 'prep' guide for the Case Management Certification (CCM) exam/5(37).
Care Management Process Tools: 1. Care Management Definition 2. Case Management Definition 3. Care Management Conceptual Framework 4.
Outreach Overview 5. CM Component Timeframes and Standards 6. Initial Health Screen (IHS) Scoring Strategy and health condition list 7.
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This Action Guide provides the steps to start a health center care management program for high-risk patients. The outlined recommendations meet the requirements of Chronic Care Management (CCM) services defined by CMS and, therefore, are eligible for reimbursement. High-risk care management involves intensive, one-on-one services, provided by aFile Size: KB.
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Transitional Care Management Services Fact Sheet (PDF) Transitional Care Management Services FAQs (PDF) Page Last Modified: 11/20/ PM. The Role of Case Management in Value-based Health Care Providers sharing patient data across the care continuum – using safe, appropriate, holistic, prevention-based treatments.
Visibility to proven, measureable results that improve the quality and quantity of life. These needs are fundamental for true value-based health care. Introduction. Case management for high-cost patients is a cost-containment strategy that has recently gained tremendous popularity.
The service is currently offered by virtually all private health insurance companies, most health care benefits management firms, and many small independent by: Definition of Case Management.
Case Management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination, evaluation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote patient safety, quality of care, and cost effective outcomes.
Introduction to Health Care Management is a concise, reader-friendly, introductory healthcare management book that covers a wide variety of healthcare settings, from hospitals to nursing homes and clinics.
Filled with examples to engage the reader’s imagination, the important issues in healthcare management, such as ethics, cost management, strategic planning and. CMBOK is an online resource tool developed by the Commission for Case Manager Certification (the Commission) for all case managers and other health care professionals across all practice settings.
The Commission is a thought leader in case management and is well known for its certification examination. The Commission’s research and leadership. CMSA Standards of Practice for Case Management 1 © Through case management, health care providers and organi-zations are able to meet or exceed the quality, safety, and cost related expectations of these key regulations and programs.
Professional case File Size: 2MB. Case Management for Children and Pregnant Women is a Texas Medicaid benefit for eligible patients who have medical-related needs that might affect their health care. The patients must be eligible for Medicaid and be either: A child birth through age 20 with a health condition or health risk.
A woman of any age who has a high-risk pregnancy. Case Management in Health Care is a comprehensive reference designed to educate nurses and other health care professionals on the processes involved in case management.
This reference discusses interventions and collaboration efforts that are necessary to move the patient through the continuum of care. It explores the changes in case management and it explains the.
Case Management If you're being treated for chronic, high-risk, high-cost, catastrophic or terminal illnesses, you can get case management services at no extra cost. Case managers are usually nurses or social workers who can help patients and families figure out complex health care and support systems.
To locate a case manager, contact. Health Insurance Case Manager. The health insurance company’s case manager receives information from hospital case managers, home health care companies, physician’s offices, social workers and other health care providers.
Depending on the insurer and the location, the case manager may even visit a patient in the hospital. Case management is a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client's health and human service needs.
It is characterized by advocacy, communication, and resource management and promotes quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes. Online Case Management Certificate Programs As the person who guides patients through the managed care system, you could be employed in a healthcare field, such as nursing or counseling.
Read about how a case management certificate can be earned through online learning and find out what kinds of courses you can expect to ication: Certified Case Manager through the Commission for Case Manager Certification. Professional Case Management (PCM) is seeking high-quality evidence-based articles on case management practice in healthcare.
The Journal will consider papers on a wide range of topics on best practices, industry benchmarks, patient care, and original research of case managers.
Also, the Journal welcomes articles that provide practical, hands.The principles of effective case management have been extensively studied, and are presented in Table 3 as they apply for mental health services. There is a great deal of unmet need in Australia for case management (Groom et al ).
The lack of a case manager was mentioned repeatedly in the consultations as a major barrier to recovery.The need for close communication is even more important, especially since legal problems often extend out for years and include transition to adult systems of care and oversight.
Primary Goals of Case Management/Care Coordination An effective clinical approach to FASDs, especially at the point of first diagnosis, should recognize the likely.