News & Analysis

January 24, 2020
Case Management Monthly

Case manager discharge planners, get ready: Another challenge awaits us in 2020. Beside the new Medicare discharge planning rule, more changes were made to Medicare Advantage (MA) plans.

January 1, 2020
Case Management Monthly

More than half of those who are homeless or considered “marginally housed” have had a traumatic brain injury (TBI) at some point in their lives, and a quarter of them experienced a brain injury that was considered moderate or severe, according to a study published online by The Lancet in December.

January 1, 2020
Case Management Monthly

Many healthcare organizations manage care for diabetes patients by prescribing medications and adjusting doses. But, increasingly, organizations like Geisinger Health System are paying closer attention to what goes on once the patient goes home and are helping to fill gaps that stand between patients and better health.

December 1, 2019
Case Management Monthly

The government is starting a trial program in the District of Columbia that aims to improve treatment for Medicaid beneficiaries struggling with serious mental illness or substance use disorders.

December 1, 2019
Case Management Monthly

Is your hospital doing enough to manage patients with diabetes both in the hospital and when they transition to the next level or care or to home? A recent survey of more than 600 people in 408 U.S. hospitals, finds that some hospitals might be falling short.

December 1, 2019
Case Management Monthly

Learn how documentation mistakes can follow a patient even after being discharged.

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