Case Management Monitor, April 2, 2013
April 2, 2013 Volume 2 Issue 17

  1. Diabetic Adults with Limited Health Literacy Less Likely to Adhere to Prescribed Antidepressants

  2. Case Managers, Nurses Crucial to New ACO from Novant Health and Cigna

  3. New Robert Wood Johnson Program Aims to Transform Healthcare Through Nursing

  4. Infographic: Healthcare Case Management Across the Care Continuum

  5. Improving Population Health Management Through Effective, Efficient Data Analytics

  6. Embedded Workplaces, Home Visits Emerging Trends for Case Managers

  7. New Chart: What's the ROI from Diabetes Management Programs?

  8. Medication Adherence Improves Outcomes, Costs for Heart Disease Patients

  9. "Non-Emergency" ER Discharge Diagnoses Could Affect Patient Care and Treatment

  10. Q&A: Do you supplement telephonic case management with text messages or video?

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