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These are the big ones to know before enrollment season. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is an excellent article that explains what medicare is and how it operates. It lists the eseential facts that those who are foggy on the issues of medicare do not understand. It is also an excellent resource for those who think they have a good understanding of the system. Certified case managers must have an excellent working knowledge of this program. #coursesforcasemanagement See on www.benefitspro.com
Nurse Staffing Standards for Patient Safety and Quality Care Act of 2013, it calls for minimum nurse-to-patient ratios and appropriate health IT tools. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: The legistlation hopes to improve quality care of patients with new safety proposals for hospitals to follow. More technology, better ratio of patient to nurse and better care management training are called for. When looking for case management training, you might want to try and find someplace that can work around your schedule. Not many places can offer you the opportunity to keep a full time job and further your education.
Nurses have a great opportunity to move from the beside to also the office. Hospitals and other health care institutions are looking for health care professi… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This video on case management discusses the important role of a case manager and how to become certified. It also discusses the certification program of the American Academy of Case Management. If you are interested in learning more about case management, then please review the program and see if it matches your educational and professional needs. See on www.youtube.com
American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Epidemics are always a chance in an ever evolving world of viruses. This threat is understood and feared. Disease management attempts to analyze how an epidemic would spread and how it could be controlled. This article talks about the epidemic of the early Twentieth Century and how we might today face that. See on abinitiomcp.blogspot.com
New research in the July/August issue of Annals of Family Medicine suggests that time-strapped primary care physicians can, indeed, deliver preventive services recommended by the U.S. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Disease management is a very important element of case. Helping prevent disease and spread of disease is key to good medical practice. #deseasemanagement See on www.aafp.org