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Case management outcomes & measures
|Statement||National Center for Cost Containment, Department of Veterans Affairs|
|Contributions||National Center for Cost Containment (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
Case managers and the outcomes management process: a case study. Arthurs D. The relationship established between patients and clinicians is the core of any outcomes-management process. This is particularly true in the complex and evolving patient-care situations exemplified in this case by: 2. Community-based case management for positive outcomes * Author a rural community hospital implemented a community-based case management program that yielded positive results not only in cost containment but also in client-focused outcomes. The implementation of the program is described, as are the results of the outcomes measures affecting Cited by: 7.
Case management is a type of intervention expected to improve the quality of care and therefore the quality of life of frail, community-dwelling older people while delaying institutionalisation in nursing homes. However, the heterogeneity, multidimensionality and complexity of these interventions make their evaluation by the means of classical approaches by: 6. likely to be remained in care, despite receipt of case management services. Due to the rural nature of the sample, African American and Hispanic populations living with HIV are underrepresented compared to the overall demographics of PLWH in the United States. Despite the benefits of case management, only small proportion of the sample used Author: Yung-Chen Chiu.
Demographic measures such as gender and race can be used to measure group sizes. Measures of such things as discrimination toward specific groups can be analyzed to gauge the diversity of the workforce. Other measures of diversity in the workforce can include . As we’ve all heard many times in recent months, funders are looking for outcomes. But if your organization’s idea of outcomes measurement is to scramble for data at the end of the year, then you are going to have a hard time meeting funder requirements. Nonprofit outcomes management is an important skill for today’s social service organizations to master. Keep reading to find out exactly.
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Case managers are in a position to shine in this environment, by means of their opportunities to directly affect outcomes from patient admission through discharge and beyond.
Case managers must be familiar with quality and outcome measures and must understand their role in ensuring organizations meet them. A Brief Overview of the Research Literature Researchers only recently have begun to assess the effectiveness of case management.
Studies conducted thus far have suffered from significant methodological problems that include small sample sizes, poorly defined or implemented case management interventions, problems in evaluation design and measurement, lack of distinction.
Case Management DMAHS Definition Case management, a component of care management, is a set of activities tailored to meet a member’s situational health-related needs. Situational health needs can be defined as time-limited episodes of instability.
Case managers will facilitate access toFile Size: KB. Measurable Management is a people focused approach to delivering improvement into any organization with minimal resistance Case management outcomes & measures book change.
The other version of this book "Quality Sales Through Measurable Management" is essentially 85% the same book but will appeal to.
An integrated case management program that includes social workers, as well as nursing, is the most effective acute care case management model. The successful case management model will recognize physicians, as well as patients, as valued customers with whom partnership can positively affect financial outcomes in terms of reduction in LOS.
Case managers enhance the case management services and their associated outcomes by maintaining clients’ privacy, confidentiality, health, and safety through advocacy and adherence to ethical, legal, accreditation, certification, and regulatory standards and guidelines, as appropriate to the practice setting.
A: Hospital-based case managers traditionally function as the eyes and ears of quality management and performance improvement programs across the continuum of care. They identify clinical quality issues during chart reviews, patient interviews, and interdisciplinary rounds.
Use the "Case Management Screening Questions" as a guide for this session. If the client is a good candidate for case management, complete the Case Management Program Agreement and complete a signed Release of Information.
Develop a Case Management Service Plan, in partnership with your client. These are the same book, the original and an updated version. The original is cheaper, so for those on a limited budget it is an option. Motivational interviewing can really change the way you case manage and lead to better patient outcomes.
This is a great resource for anyone who educates patients. Name five direct outcome areas in which case management has been shown to produce results. Name the three desired outcomes (Triple Aim) of the healthcare system as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
List three strategies for minimizing legal risk as a case manager. Define the role of the expert case manager in an ethical dilemma/5. Top; Next (p. ) 1 Introduction to outcome measures and case definition Field trials of health interventions are designed to assess the impact of one or more interventions on the incidence, duration, or severity of specified diseases, or on intermediate variables or risk factors considered to be closely related to these measures of disease (for example, hygiene behaviours for diarrhoeal.
EurPsychiatry () 10, 1 13 Elsevier, Paris General review Case management: a critical review of the outcome literature F Holloway1, N Oliver2, E Collins2, J Carson2 1 The Bethlem Royal Hospital and Maudsley Hospital Special Health Authority, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 8AZ, UK; 2Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK Summary ~ Case management has been an integral part of psychiatric Cited by: PITTSBURGH—New research shows a patient-centered case management program designed to improve health care quality and reduce medical expenses for those with complex or clinically advanced illnesses resulted in a 38 percent decrease in hospital admissions, reduced costs by more than $18, per patient and garnered high patient-satisfaction scores.
Evaluating outcomes begins with determining the goals of case management. As the emphasis on the delivery of cost-effective patient care increases, comparing outcomes across settings is desirable and essential.
A key component to comparing how an organization rates with similar institutions is to identify commonly used measures. The Case Management Society of Australia defines case management as “a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s holistic needs through communication and available resources to promote quality cost-effective outcomes .Case management is also described as a type of care delivery that has a long Cited by: These treatment outcomes are not a comprehensive analysis of all services provided at Cleveland Clinic.
Omission of a particular treatment does not necessarily mean it is not offered. In addition to the measures reported on this site, the following reports are available to the public: Joint Commission Performance Measurement Initiative.
models of case management raise questions about how different models contribute to outcomes both at the individual, service and program system level. Although it is ev ident that th ere are. If you are new to outcomes management, you can read this guide in a book-like format, starting with Establishing an Outcomes System.
(You can also start with the eLearning materials.)This is the first of 10 sections in the Outcomes Toolkit. Effective Case Management Models: Which Should You Use.
Beverly Cunningham, MS, RN Vice President Resource Management Medical City Dallas Hospital and Partner and Consultant Case Management Concepts., LLC Dallas, Texas Toni G.
Cesta, Ph.D., RN, FAAN Partner and Consultant Case Management Concepts, LLC Dallas, Texas Tuesday, April 15th, File Size: KB. Outcomes analysis-the role of case management Marietta Stanton, Donna PackaCapstone College of Nursing, Tuscaloosa, AL, USAAbstract: The purpose of this presentation is to examine the potential role of case management in evidence, in outcomes measurement and analysis.
Case management at the individual patient care or microsystem level and at the organizational or. PDF | Upon completion of this chapter, the reader will be able to: 1.
Define outcomes. 2. List reasons why outcomes management is important in case | Find, read and cite all the research you.COMMUNITY-BASED CASE MANAGEMENT AND OUTCOMES IN MEDICARE BENEFICIARIES by Jee Young Joo An Abstract Of a thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Nursing in the Graduate College of The University of Iowa May Thesis Supervisor: Professor Diane L.
Huber.Future of disease management Outcomes management Measuring case management outcomes Outcomes research Protocols, standards and practice guidelines Study designs for case management intervention evaluation Measurement tools for outcomes management Benchmarking Factors affecting case management outcomes