2013-07-02 16:55:52 - 2013 Healthcare Benchmarks: Case Management
"2013 Healthcare Benchmarks: Case Management" provides actionable information on the prominence, placement and responsibilities of case managers as well as case management-driven outcomes in healthcare utilization, cost and compliance.
SEA GIRT, NJ, USA, July 2, 2013 --- Seventy-six percent of responding healthcare organizations believe CMS should recognize case managers as billing providers. Additionally, expect more case managers co-located in nursing homes, long-term care and assisted living settings.
Those are just two data points from 2013 Healthcare Benchmarks: Case Management, a new publication from the Healthcare Intelligence Network (HIN) and HIN's fourth annual analysis of healthcare case management trends. It delivers 78 pages of newly collected metrics and measures on current and planned case management initiatives, presented in more than 60 easy-to-follow graphs and tables.
Learn more about case management in 2013 at www.hin.com/cgi-local/link/news/pl.cgi?2013casemanage.
NEWS FACTS: This report is based on responses of 118 healthcare companies to HIN's fourth annual e-survey on
Case Management conducted in May 2013. New metrics presented in the 2013 issue include the following:
* Comparative 2010-to-2013 data on key case management activities;
* Resource allocation and effectiveness of case management for Alzheimer's, dementia and trauma patients;
* The top challenges and benefits of embedded case management;
* Priority of long-term care planning for case managers;
* Emerging case management certification requirements;
and much more.
Learn more about case management in 2013 at www.hin.com/cgi-local/link/news/pl.cgi?2013casemanage
Data Highlights: This report provides all-new expanded data by overall respondents as well as health plan- and hospital-only views on:
* Populations and conditions targeted by case management efforts;
* The top five responsibilities of the healthcare case manager;
* Tools and strategies to identify patients most in need of case management;
* Tactics to evaluate a case manager's performance and program impact;
* Overcoming barriers to case management and to the launching of programs in this area;
and much more.
Target Audience: CEOs, medical directors, disease management directors, managers and coordinators, case management executives, case managers, health plan executives, care management nurses, physician executives and business development and strategic planning directors.
Report Formats: Print, PDF or Print/PDF combination at www.hin.com/cgi-local/link/news/pl.cgi?2013casemanage
QUOTE ATTRIBUTABLE TO MELANIE MATTHEWS, HIN EXECUTIVE VP AND COO:
"Care coordination and the quality of transitions are important contributions of case managers. Healthcare organizations will benefit from a review of these performance and utilization metrics to evaluate, plan and retool case management programs."
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