Everyone wants to hire a case manager with experience. Experience is very valuable, but with a large number of case managers reaching retirement age and the demand for case managers increasing, organizations will be forced to hire people who lack previous case management experience. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Bringing a fresh set of eyes into a department can have an incredible impact.
We are going to look at one new case manager who had a major impact on her patients, department, and organization. We will look at the keys to her success and discover how this can be replicated in other organizations.
Utilization Management (UM) is one of the many nontraditional bedside jobs a nurse can pursue. In this article, we will look at what utilization management is and how to move into this position. Defining Utilization Management and Utilization Review URAC (formerly the Utilization Review Accreditation Commission), a nonprofit organization promoting healthcare quality by accrediting healthcare […]
A popular question in our Case Managers Community Facebook Group is “Which Case Management Certification should I choose?” While we can’t answer that question for you we can give you the information you need to decide for yourself. Things to consider are where you are now and where you see yourself in the future. You […]
This course provides nurses with a general working knowledge of case management practices and the case management process preparing them to provide effective case management services in an appropriate, cost-effective manner which are consistent with CMSA Standards of Practice. This training will give case managers the firm foundation to build on with institutional policies and […]