Case Management Monitor, July 3, 2012
July 3, 2012 Volume 2 Issue 1

  1. New Market Data: Practice-Based Case Management Quadruples in 12 Months

  2. Aetna’s Compassionate Care Program Incorporates Holistic, Member-Centric Case Management

  3. Geisinger, Merck Collaborate to Improve Coordinated Patient Care

  4. Diabetics' Medication Adherence Improves by 24 Percent with Pharmacist-Led Training

  5. Care Quality of Vulnerable Elderly at Risk with ACA Provisions: Study

  6. The Patient-Centered Medical Home: Lessons from a Statewide Rollout

  7. New Chart: What's the ROI from Case Management Programs?

  8. Meet Healthcare Case Management Manager Helen Schreiber: Dispelling the Notion of 'Nurse Police'

  9. Q&A: Question: What Role Do Psychologists Play in Diabetes Care?

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