Case Management Monitor, July 19, 2011
July 19, 2011 Volume 1 Issue 4

  1. One Third of Medical Homes Will Join an ACO, Embedded Case Managers Play Critical Role, According to HIN Market Research

  2. EHRs in Medical Homes Improve Care Coordination of Diabetics, Heart Disease Patients

  3. Cancer Survivors Receive Subpar Care for Comorbid Conditions

  4. Case Managers Key to Successful Care Transitions

  5. New Chart: Top 5 Case Manager Work Locations

  6. New Video: 2011 Trends & Metrics in Healthcare Case Management

  7. Q&A: How Does Your Case Management Team Work With Caregivers?

  8. Chronic Pain Underdiagnosed, Undertreated, Says Institute Of Medicine

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Co-Locating Case Managers in the Care Continuum

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