As part of CareOregon's initiative to create a more robust care management
program, the organization has found new ways of stratifying members and
identifying high-risk members, explains Rebecca Ramsay, B.S.N., M.P.H.,
CareOregon's senior manager of care support and clinical programs. During
a recent interview, Ramsay also explained how daily data from CareOregon's
emergency departments is informing their member outreach strategy during
a recent interview.
Listen to this interview online at:
Ramsay will share the strategies that CareOregon is using to segment patients
by complexity to ensure that case management resources are allocated effectively
during the upcoming webinar:
Case Management: Identifying, Monitoring and Managing Target Populations
Wednesday, September 16, 2010 • 1:30-2:30p.m. Eastern
Also Available in Training DVD, On-Demand, and CD-ROM Format.
Register today by contacting 888-446-3530 or by visiting:
In addition to its clinical case managers, CareOregon has been building its
case management program capacity over the last five years to include
non-clinical staff members to fill the role of health guides for its
Medicare and Medicaid members. Members in need of case management are
stratified into this multi-disciplinary team through an overlapping
During the webinar, Ramsay will provide details on:
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Don't miss this important event to learn how CareOregon is segmenting patients
into different buckets based on patient complexity to ensure that case
management resources are allocated effectively.
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