Case Management Nurse

Case Management Nurse

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Case Management Nurses coordinate long-term care for their patients. Their goal is to treat their patients at optimal times to keep them healthy and out of the hospital. As a Case Management Nurse, you’ll likely work with specific groups of patients. You can choose to specialize in treating people with diseases like HIV/AIDS or cancer, or you can work with patients of certain age groups like geriatrics or pediatrics. You’ll also research the latest treatment and procedures, and work with ins...

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Case Management Nurses coordinate long-term care for their patients. Their goal is to treat their patients at optimal times to keep them healthy and out of the hospital. As a Case Management Nurse, you’ll likely work with specific groups of patients. You can choose to specialize in treating people with diseases like HIV/AIDS or cancer, or you can work with patients of certain age groups like geriatrics or pediatrics. You’ll also research the latest treatment and procedures, and work with insurance companies to help your patients receive the best possible care in the most cost-effective way.

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  • Free Case Management Toolkit

    Posted Mar 17, 2017 by April Snyder

    In honor of Certified Nurses Day

  • Earn up to 14 CCM credits at the Spring Managed Care Forum 2017

    Posted Mar 6, 2017 by April Snyder

    The Spring Managed Care Forum is being held at the Rosen Shingle Creek in Orlando, FL on April 27-28, 2017. Nurses can earn up to 14 CCM case management and nursing continuing education credits. Learn more at http://www.namcp.org/conferences/sm...

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    Posted Apr 16, 2015 by April Snyder
  • Managed Care Nursing: Increase your Value as a Nurse! Visit aamcn.org for more info

    Posted Apr 9, 2015 by April Snyder
  • Earn your CMCN Nursing Certificate: Unlock job opportunities! Visit aamcn.org for more info

    Posted Apr 1, 2015 by April Snyder
  • Want to find out what a Managed Care Nurse is all about?

    Posted Mar 25, 2015 by April Snyder
  • “Best in Class Case Management” presented to the Greenville Health System

    Posted Dec 9, 2014 by Adam Burkhart

    Mullahy & Associates, one of the nation's leading healthcare consulting and case management training firms, recently provided one of its premier case management educational seminars to the Greenville Health System . The two-day program, "Best in Class Case Management - Your Gateway to Certification and a Leading Edge Practice," was attended by a large group that included n...

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    Mullahy & Associates, one of the nation’s leading healthcare consulting and case management training firms, recently provided one of its premier case management educational seminars to the Greenville Health System . The two-day program, “Best in Class Case Management – Your Gateway to Certification and a Leading Edge Practice,” was attended by a large group that included nurses, social workers and other professionals serving in hospitals, ambulatory facilities, medical group practices, home care and other patient settings.

    Leading the program were Mullahy & Associates principals, President Catherine Mullahy, RN, BS, CRRN, CCM and Vice President Jeanne Boling, MSN, CRRN, CDMS, CCM. Attendees had the opportunity to earn 14 Continuing Education (CE) Units through Commonwealth Educational Seminars for Registered Nurses and the Association of Social Work Boards for Social Workers, as well as CCM CEs through the Commission for Case Manager Certification. They also benefited from Mullahy and Boling’s vast expertise and experience, as well as an engaging collaborative exercise.

    According to Catherine Mullahy, “Many organizations today are striving to create integrated case management programs: breaking down the silos of care; partnering with those inside their organizations, as well as within their communities, and achieving population health for their patients. In order to achieve these goals, it’s important to collaborate with those inside and external to your organization. At our seminar for the Greenville Health System, the attendees engaged in an exercise that really illustrated what collaboration means.”

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