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CareManagement


ISSN
1531-037X
Readership
Case Managers, Managed Care Specialists, Nurses, Physicians
Scope
CareManagement provides a voice for case managers in a variety of settings including hospitals, managed care organizations, rehabilitation and disability centers, behavorial health centers, home health, worker’s compensation and other emerging models of care. Packed with practical information, it keeps case managers up-to-date on disease management, case management process, newly published literature, drug information, health care reform issues, best practices, emerging roles, and news related to case management. The journal provides both evidence-based information and practical tips from other case managers that readers can use daily in their practice. As part of our commitment to enhancing readers’ professional and personal growth and fulfillment, we seek articles that can help case managers grow in their careers.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Academy of Certified Case Managers (ACCM), Case Management Society of America (CMSA), Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC)
Publisher Name
Mason Medical Communications, Inc.
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