Case Managers

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Case Managers
Case Managers

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Clinical Case Management Practice

Case management is not a profession unto itself but a practice that encompasses many disciplines. Nursing is the predominant field of the practice of case management, while social workers and other healthcare professionals combine to make up a mix of dynamic professionals with a central goal—to focus the system and facilitate the delivery of care. The discipline of nursing focuses on the whole person, which is a key case management concept.

It is important to remember that no single discipline owns the practice of case management. Therefore, it is essential that each individual involved in the practice follow his or her governing state’s Practice Act as dictated by his or her respective…

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 Clinical Case Management Practice

Case management is not a new concept. It traces its history back to the early 1900s, when it simply functioned as a means of providing care and containing healthcare costs. In the 1920s, the practice found its roots in the fields of psychiatry and social work, and focused on longterm chronic illnesses that were managed within the community.

Case Management Basics

A Human Services Blog by Martin Gardner.

Case Management Society of America

CMSA is the leading membership association advocating for patients’ wellbeing and improved health outcomes by fostering case management growth and development.

Center for Case Management

Since our founding in 1986, The Center for Case Management has been the industry leader in the custom-development of tools, roles, and systems for managing outcome-driven care.

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