Case Management Monitor, February 4, 2014
February 4, 2014 Volume 4 Issue 13
  1. 1 in 5 Latino Families Consider Diabetes Biggest Health Concern

  2. Majority of Nurses Seeking Law to Fix Understaffed Hospitals

  3. RN Care Managers Key to New Cigna/Commonwealth Primary Care ACO

  4. Proposed "Better Care" Bill Targets Chronic Care Management for Medicare Beneficiaries

  5. 3 Nurse Navigator Tools to Enhance Care Management

  6. HINfographic: 7 Care Transition Models for High-Risk Patients

  7. New Chart: Top Strategies to Prevent Hospital Readmissions

  8. BIDMC Providing Nurses, Providers with Tools to Prevent Harm in ICUs

  9. 3 Key Benefits to Prudent Sharing of Physician Performance Data

  10. Q&A: How Do You Evaluate an Emergency Department Case Management Program?

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