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Targeting Populations Prioritized by Risk Factors: The First Attribute in a Modern Care Management Model

Though every healthcare leader likely has a care management or case management resource today, our current resources were not designed for managing populations under risk-based contracts. In fact, they were mostly created under a fee-for-service system and, as a result, addressed only specific needs of an individual... Read More

by Tomi Ogundimu in Case Management, blog, Care Management

ACMA 2019: Reflecting on the Annual Transitions of Care Conference

I look forward to the national American Case Management Association (ACMA) National Conference every spring. This year, the ACMA celebrated its 20th anniversary in Seattle, Washington April 14-17, hosting four full days of education, networking and fun. Read More

by Jill Reeves, MHA in Healthcare IT, Case Management, blog

ACMA 2018: Everything is Bigger in Texas

Big case management problems call for bigger disruptive technologies to solve them. There were so many things about ACMA 2018 (the annual conference of the American Case Management Association held April 24-27 in Houston, Texas) that surprised me. This isn’t my first conference rodeo, I may add. I couldn’t begin to... Read More

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

Role of the Case Manager in 2020…And Beyond

Healthcare is changing, and the changes brought about by legislative reform, payment restructuring and technology will touch every facet of the field. For people like me, I find this to be a very exciting time to be working in healthcare. Read More

by Mary Kay Thalken, RN, MBA in Care Coordination Software, Case Management