The 7 Key Components of an Effective Case Management Methodology
Published: May 3, 2010
This research focuses on developing a methodology for case management that is repeatable, scalable and adjustable to changing environments based on 7 key components. Each component is defined, including details on the value each provides, the business requirements, the people involved, and tools and technologies necessary for support.
The Overlooked Value of Case Management
Case management is being overlooked as a care delivery framework with the potential to relieve three of the most significant pressures facing hospital leaders – to improve clinical quality, to increase operational efficiency and to improve profitability. Furthermore, case management capabilities are underutilized in the healthcare delivery organizations and areas that need its value the most.
The pressure to improve clinical quality is...
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About the Author
Scott is the Healthcare Analytics Director for Cipe Consulting Group. He has more than 30 years of experience in business intelligence strategic planning, analytics application development and business analysis across numerous industries including hospitals, physician groups, healthcare payers, laboratory research, insurance, lending, manufacturing, retail and state government. Scott can be reached at email@example.com.
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