Case Management Monitor, September 2, 2014

September 2, 2014 Volume 4 Issue 1

Sponsored by: Embedded Case Management in Primary Care and Work Sites: Referral, Stratification and Protocols

  1. Over 70 Percent of Hospitalized Smokers Successfully Quit Smoking After Discharge
  2. Mobile Video Monitoring Tracks Hospital Patients at High Risk for Falls
  3. Case Managers Among Recipients of Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services Grant
  4. Nurses, Care Coordinators, Home Visits Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in New Care Transitions Programs
  5. Holistic Education, Empowerment Improve Health Outcomes for Patients with Diabetes
  6. N.Y. Diabetes Telehealth Monitoring Advocates Individualized Care, Individual Goals
  7. HINfographic: 12 Questions to Measure Population Health Management
  8. New Chart: Top Populations Assigned to Telephonic Case Management
  9. Trained Military Medics Ease Transitions for John C. Lincolnís Newly Discharged Patients
  10. Q&A: Which Individuals Qualify for a Home Visit?

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