Case Management Monitor, August 5, 2014

August 5, 2014 Volume 3 Issue 25
  1. Post-Discharge Telephone Calls May Reduce Hospital Readmissions
  2. Participation Now Open for 2014 Survey on Reducing Avoidable ER Visits
  3. Nurse-Led Automated Robotic Pharmacy Prevents Inpatient Medication Errors
  4. BCBSM Specialists Warm to Outcomes from Care Coordination Collaborations
  5. Diabetes Among Hispanics: All Are Not Equal
  6. Registered Nurses' Delayed Retirement Helps to Boost U.S. Nursing Supply
  7. HINfographic: 7 Care Transition Models for High-Risk Patients
  8. New Chart: PopulationsTargeted by Readmissions
  9. Telephonic Case Management Targets High-Risk, High-Cost Conditions
  10. Q&A: Will Embedded Case Managers Eventually Do Home Visits?

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