Case Management Monitor, November 1, 2011
November 1, 2011 Volume 1 Issue 11

  1. New Transitions of Care Technology Streamlines Patient Discharge Process

  2. Case Managers Key to Successful Care Transitions

  3. 6 ADA Recommendations for Diabetics Transitioning from Pediatric to Adult Healthcare

  4. Your Turn: 10 Questions On Diabetes Management Programs

  5. 24 Percent of Patients Never Fill New Prescriptions

  6. New Chart: 9 Responsibilities of an Embedded Case Manager

  7. HealthSounds Podcast: Healthcare Trends in 2012: Eighth Annual Strategic Industry Forecast

  8. Patientsí Expectations Often Overlooked by Clinicians: International Survey

  9. Q&A: What is the warm handoff between CareOregon's outreach and CareOregon's transitions teams to case management?

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