Case Management Monitor, April 1, 2014
April 1, 2014 Volume 3 Issue 17
  1. Technology Does Not Positively Impact Case Managers' Caseloads: Study

  2. Humana Remote Monitoring Pilots Engage Memberís Circle of Care

  3. Improving Continuity of Care for Elderly Patients with Chronic Diseases Cuts Costs, Complications

  4. Mediterranean Diet May Lower Risk of Diabetes

  5. New NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home Standards Focus on Care Management for High-Need Populations

  6. CMS Pilot to Offer Hospice Patients Both Palliative, Curative Treatments

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

  8. New Chart: What's the ROI from Medication Adherence?

  9. Patient Satisfaction Scores in ER Not Affected by Receipt of Painkillers

  10. Q&A: How Do Telephonic Case Managers Best Deal with Mental Health Patients?

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