Case Management Metrics

Case Management Metrics: Charting Care Coordination Across the Continuum Case management has been identified as a key
driver in value-based healthcare delivery as well
as a cornerstone of accountable care. 2011 market
research by the Healthcare Intelligence Network
found that more than 90 percent of survey
respondents are using case managers to help
identify and manage high-risk patients and
reduce avoidable utilization of services.

But exactly where along the healthcare continuum
are case managers positioned, and where is their
impact felt most acutely? Case Management Metrics: Charting Care
Coordination Across the Continuum
dives deep into several years
of market research to identify case managers' influence and contributions
in 10 key areas:

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The data dive reflected in Case Management Metrics: Charting
Care Coordination Across the Continuum
is based on responses
from hundreds of healthcare organizations to 10 healthcare benchmark
surveys between 2009 and 2011.

Through an analysis of market research from 2009 to the present,
this 35-page resource graphs the industry's growing reliance on
healthcare case managers and acknowledgement of their reputation
for reducing risk. Metrics in this resource include the following:

Accompanying each actionable metric is a relevant best practice or
case study from industry thought leaders at Aetna Medicare, Bon
Secours Health System, Durham Community Health Network, Healthcare
Partners Medical Group, Silverlink Communications, Summa Health
System and others. These case management strategies and
recommendations have been carefully curated to inspire innovation
in case management.

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