Case Management by Design: Reflections on Principles and Practices

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Nelson-Hall Publishers, 1997 - Psychology - 268 pages
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Social work practice is shaped by numerous models and approaches to case management. This practice-oriented text defines the purpose of case management in contemporary human service systems-driven and consumer-driven case management. Using his extensive field research and consultation practice in case management, the author takes a critical look at the issues and barriers that frustrate -or potentially frustrate- effective case management systems, programs, and practice. Then, practical suggestions for improving existing case management systems are given.

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An Introduction to Case Management by Design
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