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Patient Care Management Standards for Outreach and Graduation: The Fifth Attribute in a Modern Care Management Model

To understand how their organization enrolls and conducts outreach to patients entering a care management program, care coordinators often find themselves questioning procedures: What is our process to enroll our patients? How do I get them activated in their care? How do I persuade them to willingly work with us?... Read More

by Tomi Ogundimu in Case Management, blog, Care Management

Clear Patient Assignment Methodology: The Fourth Attribute in a Modern Care Management Model

The following is Part 4 in a series of blogs from the Advisory Board's Tomi Ogundimu. You can read Part 3 here and Part 5 here. Typically, a healthcare organization’s rationale for stratifying the distinct segments of its patient population is closely associated with its modern care management model’s patient... Read More

by Tomi Ogundimu in Case Management, blog, Care Management

Wishing Coleen Seymour One Last ‘Good Morning’ As She Retires From Ensocare

When talking to Ensocare team members about Coleen Seymour, Ensocare Customer Support Specialist, one thing became abundantly clear: as the first one in the office, the enthusiasm she brings to her job and the greetings she gives her coworkers even in the early hours mean the world to the people she works with. Read More

by Marc Costanzo in Healthcare IT, Employee Profile, blog

How to Prevent (and Handle) a Healthcare Cybersecurity Incident

Cybersecurity is at the very top of the list of non-healthcare topics that healthcare workers, even those in clinical and patient-facing roles, must contend with. Read More

by Patrick Yee in Healthcare IT, Cybersecurity, blog

How to Axe the Fax By 2020

Almost a year ago, CMS Administrator Seema Verma called upon apps developers to put an end to faxing in doctors’ offices by 2020. It was a bold statement, one that debuted to applause at the time but that nevertheless left everyone who heard it thinking about the many challenges that lie ahead in order to make this... Read More

by Luis Castillo in Care Transitions, Healthcare IT, blog

Deploying a Model that Maximizes Staff Time and Patient Management: The Third Attribute in a Modern Care Management Model

The following is Part 3 in a series of blogs releasing in the coming months from the Advisory Board's Tomi Ogundimu. You can read Part 2 here and Part 4 here. Deploying your modern care management model successfully is contingent on two key areas: 1) Defining patient management priorities 2) Creating a process that... Read More

by Tomi Ogundimu in Case Management, blog, Care Management

Welcome to the New Ensocare

You may have noticed a few changes around the Ensocare website in the last couple months. That’s because we’ve been working hard to ensure we’re doing everything we can to help healthcare organizations manage the growing numbers of patients with complex care needs and keep focus on providing the best patient... Read More

by Jill Reeves, MHA in Healthcare IT, Ensocare News, blog

Case Management in the ED: Why It’s More Important Than Ever

Common wisdom suggests, when a person comes to the Emergency Room, they do so because they need emergency care. It’s up to nurses, physicians and available specialists and staff to provide the appropriate treatment as quickly as possible, with follow-up care tended to after the fact. Read More

by Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA in Case Management, blog, Care Management

What Happens at CMSA 2019 Affects All of Healthcare

You all know the old adage: what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. But here’s a secret I’ll let you in on: That sentiment definitely does not hold true for CMSA. Not by a long shot. Read More

by Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA in Case Management, blog, Care Management

A Fond Farewell to One of Ensocare’s Originals: Sherry Pickett

When Ensocare relocated its headquarters to Omaha, Nebraska in 2012, Sherry Pickett was among the original four people hired. Since then, she has provided the very best of service to Ensocare’s customers. In a short seven years, Sherry progressed from Customer Support Specialist level I to level II and also took on... Read More

by Ensocare in Healthcare IT, Employee Profile, blog