Case Management Monitor, October 16, 2012
October 16, 2012 Volume 2 Issue 8


  1. Patients More Likely to Take Medication When Doctors Share Notes

  2. Almost Half of Family Caregivers Perform Medical and Nursing Tasks

  3. New Program Seeks to Increase Care, Quality in Nursing Facilities

  4. After Gestational Diabetes, Women Can Reduce Further Risk with Healthy Diet

  5. Healthcare Trends & Forecasts in 2013: A Strategic Planning Session

  6. Hospital Observation Units Could Save the HealthCare System $3.1 Billion

  7. Infographic: Restructuring the Care Continuum for Healthcare Reform

  8. New Chart: Top 5 Cash-Based Wellness Incentives

  9. Is Choosing Healthcare Coverage Really Harder Than Parenting?

  10. Q&A: How frequently is the average diabetic patient on the phone with the case manager?

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