Case Management Monitor, July 15, 2014

July 15, 2014 Volume 3 Issue 24
  1. Case Managers Key to New Collaborative Care Initiative Targeting Improved Patient Care, Costs
  2. ACO-Home Health Partnership Fosters Transitional Care Management for Medicare Beneficiaries
  3. Home Visits by Nurses Reduce Help At-Risk Mothers, Children Live Longer: Study
  4. Demand For Nurse Practitioners Spikes At Unprecedented Level: Survey
  5. Hybrid Embedded RN Care Managers Target High-Cost, High-Utilization ‘VIPs’
  6. Does Insulin, Other Diabetes Drugs Do More Harm Than Good For Some Older Patients?
  7. HINfographic: 12 Questions to Guide a Physician Compensation Strategy
  8. New Chart: Identifying Candidates for Palliative Care
  9. Telephonic Case Management: Tips to Keep the Conversation Going
  10. Q&A: What Percent of Time is Devoted to Home Visits?

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