What is the Average Monthly Caseload of Embedded Case Managers?

Healthcare Performance Benchmarks
June 10, 2015 Vol. V Issue 23

What is the Average Monthly Caseload
of Embedded Case Managers?

What is the Average Monthly Caseload of Embedded Case Managers This Week's Challenge: Between 1 and 49 patients is the most common caseload for embedded case managers, followed closely by between 50 and 99 patients, according to the 2014 Healthcare Benchmarks: Embedded Case Management. The report also identified other typical caseloads for embedded case managers.

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