Case Management Monitor, June 7, 2011 Case Management Monitor
June 7, 2011 Volume 1 Issue 1

Welcome to the first issue of the Case Management Monitor. We hope this resource will enhance your case management initiatives, thereby improving care quality and curbing costs. If you'd like to receive future issues, please subscribe online. Be sure to e-mail any comments, suggestions or story ideas to Cheryl Miller, editor, at

  1. Medication Non-Adherence Tied to Patient Rather Than Treatment

  2. New Bundled Payment Model Pushes Hospitals to Use More Case Managers

  3. 7 Emerging Trends in Healthcare Case Management

  4. Q&A: What's the Role of the Case Manager in Medication Reconciliation?

  5. New Care Management Collaboration Aimed at Seniors and Persons with Disabilities

  6. New Chart: Who's Eligible to Take An HRA?

  7. Most American Families Can Afford Premiums Under Reform

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Embedded Case Managers in the Emergency Department

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Publisher: Melanie Matthews,

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