| Embedded Case Managers: Navigating Care Transitions, Gaps in Care and Patient Compliance, a 45-minute webinar on 3/10/10, Recording Available, part of the Medical Home Open House Series, a series of webinars touring the critical components of the medical home. Click here for more information on the series.
Whether embedded in a primary care practice, hospital or nursing facility, embedded case managers are helping patients to navigate the healthcare system in terms of care transitions and compliance to care plans.
During this 45-minute webinar, Diane Littlewood, RN, Regional Manager of Case Management for Health Services, Geisinger Health Plan, will examine an embedded case manager program, from the factors that will help you determine if a program is right for your organization and deciding on the placement to defining roles and responsibilities for a program.
Presenter: Diane Littlewood, RN, Regional Manager of Case Management for Health Services, Geisinger Health Plan
Listen to Diane Littlewood's pre-session comments:
A few basics up front can help to accurately define the embedded case manager's responsibilities.
Ms. Littlewood will cover:
- Working with physician practices to embed case managers to assist with care transitions and patient compliance;
- Identifying which patients would benefit from this type of case management;
- Skill sets, roles and responsibilities of the embedded case manager;
- Case load management;
- Coding and reimbursement for case management; and
- Results from the Geisinger Health Plan's embedded case manager program.
Available on the HIN web site for an on-demand re-broadcast or as a CD-ROM or training DVD.
The training DVD includes reproducible slides and completion certificates to document training.
You can listen to this program right in your office and enjoy significant savings – no travel time or hassle; no hotel expenses. It’s so convenient! Invite your staff members to gather around a conference table to listen to the CD, training DVD or the On Demand version.