The Benefits of the Case Management Model Abstract This paper makes the case that case management practices are beneficial for patients, their families, care providers, and payers. The paper explores the definitions of case managers and case management, how the case management process unfolds, the advantages of using the model, and some examples of best practices as well as challenges in implementing a case management model in a variety of care settings. Making the Case for Case Management Monika White (2005) defines case management as a multileveled process that involves identifying problems being experienced by individuals or families and “developing, implementing, and monitoring solutions to address them” (p. 203). The history of case...The end:
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