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October 18, 2019
Case Management Monthly

While the Violence Prevention Program at Johns Hopkins addresses a very specific population, many of the lessons learned can be applied to almost any patient who is hesitant to accept resources. Included in this article are some of the program’s tips and strategies that you can apply to some of your more challenging cases.

October 16, 2019
Medicare Web

Q: Why do some patients seem so unwilling to talk about food insecurity?

October 15, 2019
Medicare Web

Patients who receive enabling services are more likely to visit a health center, get a routine health checkup, receive a flu shot, and be satisfied with their medical care, according to a new study.

October 11, 2019
Case Management Monthly

A case manager for the Johns Hopkins Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program in Baltimore, Leonard Spain works with victims of violence, often gunshots and stabbings, presenting a host of special challenges.

October 9, 2019
Medicare Web

Q: What are bundled payments and who benefits from them?

October 8, 2019
Medicare Web

Positive case management outcomes are most commonly associated with offering high-intensity interventions and developing multidisciplinary care plans for high-need patients, according to a new study.

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