Case Management Monitor, June 3, 2014
June 3, 2014 Volume 3 Issue 21
  1. Deadline Extended: Can Telephonic Case Management Enhance Care Coordination?
  2. Minnesota Grants Patients Full, Direct Access to Nurse Practitioner Services
  3. Redesigned Patient-Centered Medical Home Helps Nurses Surpass Diabetes Care Benchmarks
  4. The Emerging Role of Nurse Practitioners in Expanding Access, Enhancing Revenue
  5. Frequent Home Visits Reduce Readmissions, Improve Survival for Heart Failure Patients
  6. Online Game Helps Doctors, Nurses Improve Patients' Blood Pressure Faster
  7. HINfographic: 7 Care Transition Models for High-Risk Patients

  8. New Chart: Top 5 'Red Flag' Conditions for Reducing Readmissions
  9. Infographic: Family Nurse Practitioners and the Affordable Care Act
  10. Q&A: How Do Embedded Case Managers Contribute to Accountable, Patient-Centered Care?

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