Case Management Monitor, July 16, 2013
July 16, 2013 Volume 2 Issue 24

  1. Cardiac Patients Given Longer Prescriptions Upon Hospital Discharge More Likely to Take Medication

  2. New Board Members Overseeing Revised Eligibility Criteria for Case Managers Seeking Certification

  3. Nurse Care Transitions Managers Key to Reducing Readmissions

  4. Lifestyle Intervention Does Not Reduce Cardiovascular Risks in Obese Adults with Diabetes

  5. Infographic: Communication Breakdown — Are U.S. Hospitals Stuck in a Rut?

  6. Technology Can Help Case Managers with Patientsí Care, Advocacy

  7. New Chart: How Healthcare Identifies Individuals for Care Transition Management

  8. New Report Card on Medication Use Gives Americans a C+

  9. Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics

  10. Q&A: How Do You Handle Readmissions Due To An Earlier Discharge From the Hospital?

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