Did you know that 14% of case managers keep more than 80 patient cases open at once? Do you know what your colleagues are earning per year?
The 2011 Case In Point Salary & Trends Report showcases exclusive data gleaned from a nationwide poll in an effort to define the growing and changing practice of case management.
This exclusive report clearly demonstrates the key statistics that every stakeholder, healthcare leader, policymaker and frontline case manager should know to better understand both the individual case manager and the case management profession.
In addition to capturing national salary and employee benefits trends, the 2011 Report provides an in-depth look at the shared experiences of case managers, their job-related functions, their service and product referral tendencies, and the most common and outlying trends that continue to shape the practice.
In this report you'll find rich statistical data to give you a better understanding of the case manager individual. Demographic data represents their background, education level, professional degrees, work experience, professional education inclinations, and more. Also in clear focus is the case manager "at work."
The report displays extensive information about work settings and organizational structure, roles and responsibilities, caseloads and case lengths, and of course salaries and employee benefits.
Supplementing the statistical data in the report is a series of articles providing insight and analysis from leaders in the field. These leaders reflect on the current state of practice, challenges to the industry and the future direction of professionals and the practice itself.
Table of Contents:
Section 1: Introduction to the Survey
By Richard Scott
Section 2: An Exploration of the Survey Results
Section 3: The Professionalization of Case Management
By Marietta Stanton, PHD, RN, BC, CNL, NEA-BC, CMAC, CCM
Section 4: A Vision for Case Management: Trends in 2011 and Onward
By Stefany H. Almaden RN, MS, PHD(c), CCM, CPUM, CMCN
Section 5: The Role of the Army Nurse Case Manager
By Suzanne Scott, BSN, MSN, RN-BC
Section 6: Disruptive Behavior: Differences Between Physicians and Nurses What Case Managers Should Know
By Alan H. Rosenstein, MD, MBA and Beth Boynton RN, MS
Section 7: Life/Career Coaching: Who Needs It?
By Barbara A. Fuchs, MS, BSN, RN, CPHQ, FNAHQ, CCMEP
Section 8: Cultural Diversity: Does It Matter in Case Management?
By Jose Alejandro, RN-BC, MSN, MBA, CCM, FACHE
Section 9: The Future of Case Management: Industry Leaders Weigh In
By Anne Llewellyn, RN-BC, MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRN
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