Case Management Monitor, October 15, 2013
October 15, 2013 Volume 2 Issue 30

  1. NaviHealth, Cigna Partnership Employs Case Managers for Post-Acute Care Patients

  2. CCMC Seeks Public Comment on Case Manager Code of Professional Conduct

  3. American Diabetes Association Releases New Nutritional Guidelines

  4. Infographic: How Case Managers Help Patients Navigate the Healthcare Maze

  5. 4 Ways Aetna Identifies Cases for Compassionate Care Outreach

  6. Whites More Prone to Certain Heart Conditions Than Other Ethnic Groups

  7. New Chart: Greatest Challenges of Embedding a Case Manager

  8. Study Finds Cognitive Deficits Common after Critical Illness

  9. Improving Population Health with Embedded Case Managers in an Open, Multi-Payor Community

  10. Q&A: Do You Provide Your Case Managers with Ongoing Training?

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