care management

care management

A UK term of art for the constellation of processes that begin with a care needs assessment of an individual and end with provision of appropriate health and social services and follow-up monitoring.
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AxisPoint Health, a provider of care management services to payers and other risk-bearing entities, combines innovative technology with outstanding care management services to reduce costs, improve outcomes, and boost consumer satisfaction the Triple Aim of healthcare.
Sea Girt, NJ, May 09, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Reflecting the merit of chronic care management (CCM) in the delivery of high-value healthcare, CCM adoption rose from 55 percent in 2015 to 69 percent in 2017, according to the HIN April 2017 Chronic Care Management survey.
-- CVS Health has chosen Epic as the electronic health record (EHR) system for its CVS Specialty care management programs.
Key to this decision was McKesson's InterQual Connect authorization and connectivity solution, which helps the plan expand auto-authorization to cover requests requiring medical review, all within their existing care management workflow.
This 24-chapter handbook addresses various aspects of geriatric care management. Practicing care managers and academics from the US cover the history of care management; ethics; geriatric assessment, planning, and care monitoring, including ethnic and cultural considerations, the role of the care manager in the relocation of an elderly person, spirituality, assessing and supporting a family caregiver, supporting quality of life, and the use of technology; business aspects, including marketing, private revenue sources, and preparing for emergencies; and clinical issues like family conflict and mediation.
Meanwhile, he's working on getting an MBA from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a focus on health care management. He said should be finished with school in the next year and a half.
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A Program of telephone care management plus structured cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy yielded "significant and sustained benefits" for primary care patients starting treatment for depression, without raising health care costs appreciably, said Dr.
Henry Literary Award for his second book, Total Care Management, in 2001.
National Health Information LLC (NHI; Atlanta, GA), a publisher of print and online newsletters and reports for health care executives, has acquired two newsletters, including Report on Medical Guidelines and Outcomes Research and Internet Medicine, from Medical Care Management Corp.
Recently, Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management invited three interior design experts to share their perspectives on the latest materials, styles, and elder-focused trends.
In the 1990s, however, Brownstone began branching out into health care management and education management, currently counting about 30 publications targeted to a variety of health care providers and educational administrators.