service coordination

service coordination

Case management, see there.
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Prior Information Notice: Service coordination and support for the development of broadband plan 2020 of the autonomous community of galicia in galicia under the digital agenda 2020.
The contract, received by Raytheon's Network Centric Systems business and valued in excess of $600 million, was awarded as a direct commercial sale by the Saudi Ministry of Defense (MOD) and will provide a national, strategic C4I system, providing capabilities for joint service coordination.
Case management has been defined as "a systemic process of assessment, planning, service coordination and/or referral and monitoring, through which the multiple service needs of the client are met" (Smith 1991).
Improve service coordination between CalWORKs and Child Welfare Services;
Having studied national best practices, the agency's core team developed the service coordination model and curriculum based on these three principles.
Broadwing also provides a comprehensive national solution, simplifying Lufthansa's billing and service coordination, the company said.
Fi-Tech was called to represent the Fleissner product range, including sales, spare part and after sales service coordination, in November, shortly after the company's German operations, were acquired by Zimmer AG, an existing Fi-Tech principal.
This should include medical care, psychological testing, social services, educational planning, speech-language therapy, nutritional counseling, advocacy, and service coordination.
The study described in this paper was designed and implemented in response to observations about "overpromise" in terms of the outcomes and benefits of service coordination provided by IDEA Part C Early Intervention Programs.
Second, and on a more fundamental level, AAHSA is concerned that funds for assisted living conversion and service coordination are "set aside" from other 202 activities--in other words, are taken from the common funding for grants and earmarked for these activities.
The mammoth scale of the PASC--currently encompassing over 90,000 consumers and 80,000 providers and growing at a rate of over 3 percent per year--will require the development of substantial infrastructure to implement the registry and referral services, the training opportunities, and the enhanced service coordination envisioned by its proponents.
One case study is devoted to the examination of a specific approach to case management that emphasizes continuing support of the client, service coordination, and advocacy.

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