Case Management Monitor, June 21, 2011
June 21, 2011 Volume 1 Issue 2

Welcome to the second issue of the Case Management Monitor. We are looking to interview case managers for a new profile section, so if you'd like to be interviewed, or can recommend someone, please let us know. And be sure to e-mail any comments, suggestions or story ideas to Cheryl Miller, editor, at

  1. Hospital Discharge Instructions Improve Patient Satisfaction

  2. Altarum Institute Offering Free Care Transitions Search Widget to Improve Transitions in Health Care

  3. New Chart: Top Care Transition Coordinators

  4. Broadspire's Case Management Strategy for Injured Workers Wins Platinum Award from Dorland Health

  5. Q&A: What's the Optimal Case Load for Each Case Manager? (open access until July 4, 2011)

  6. The 4 Cs of Reducing Readmissions

  7. Payors and Providers Will Share Case Management Data in New ACO

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: Reducing Avoidable Hospital Readmissions: A Case Study from Priority Health

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