Case Management Monitor, December 17, 2013
December 17, 2013 Volume 3 Issue 10
  1. Nurse Navigators Help Cancer Patients Cope with Diagnosis, Care

  2. Many People at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes Unaware They Are at Risk

  3. Community-Wide Care Transition Intervention Leads to Significant Reduction in Readmissions

  4. Automated Prediction Alert Helps Identify Patients at Risk for 30-Day Readmissions

  5. Care vs. Case Management: 7 Structural Differences

  6. HINfographic: Risk-y Business HRAs Take Temperature of Population Health

  7. New Chart: Top 5 Health Targets of Telehealth

  8. Individuals with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder at Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease

  9. Home Visits: Assessing Complex Patients Post-Discharge To Reduce Readmissions

  10. Q&A: Do You Have Specific Palliative Care Training for Network Physicians?

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