Case Management Monitor, March 18, 2014
March 18, 2014 Volume 3 Issue 16
  1. New Rule for Patient Care Collaborations: There’s No ‘I’ in ‘Team’

  2. HCSC’s Community Behavioral Health Links Essential to Duals Care Coordination

  3. QPCM Offers First Certification Program for Entry Level Case Managers

  4. Gestational Diabetes Linked to Increased Risk for Heart Disease in Midlife

  5. Online Tool Predicts Readmissions By as Much as 73 Percent

  6. Blood Pressure Readings Above Normal May Lead to Stroke: Study

  7. HINfographic: 9 Measures of ACO Success

  8. New Chart: Key Challenges of Palliative Care

  9. Postsurgical Pain Control Linked to Patient Satisfaction with Hospital Experience

  10. Q&A: How Do You Prepare a Practice for the Embedded Case Manager?

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