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Case managers play an important role in the physical, mental and social well-being of many people today. They may take many forms, from the social worker helping a disadvantaged child find services to a person helping coordinate medical and social support services for the developmentally disabled. However, one of the most common types of case manager is the medical one. These professionals generally work in a hospital or hospice setting and are responsible for coordinating care and seeking out options for an ill or injured patient. They are also responsible for patient advocacy. In other words, they speak up on their patients’ behalf in order to get the best care possible. Case management training is typically offered to Registered Nurses, although other individuals may qualify as well. A good case manager should be certified by a professional board and pursue continuing education in order to maintain their certification. Case managers provide a valuable service in today’s healthcare system.

If you feel you have what it takes to become a case manager then you need to find a way to fulfill your educational goals.   You should start your quest at aihcp.org.   They have an excellent online case management program.


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