Nursing Case Management: From Essentials to Advanced Practice Applications

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Mosby, 2001 - Medical - 614 pages
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This valuable resource provides the nurse manager or clinician with an informative guide on how to assess an organization's readiness for nursing case management, prepare a plan to achieve necessary changes, implement the plan, and evaluate its success. Like previous editions, the third edition not only describes the historical development of case management, but also provides useful case studies from institutions that have successfully implemented a nursing case management model, and presents current political, legislative and socioeconomic factors affecting case management in nursing. The remarkable addition of 26 new chapters cover the hottest topics and strategies in case management, including multidisciplinary models, parish nursing, ED, integrated and population-based, case management, public policy, and certification.

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EvoluTION OF CASE MANAGEMENT
3
CONTEMPORARY MODELS OF CASE MANAGEMENT
25
CONTEMPORARY MODELS OF CASE MANAGEMENT
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