All events are Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.
Date(s) - Mar 21
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Case management has been around since the 19th century and has evolved into a broad and complex set of advocacy, communication, and resource management practices used in healthcare, social work, and related fields. The Commission for Case Manager Certification explains that “case management is a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client’s health and human services needs.” To best address the different needs of various communities, researchers and practitioners have developed a range of case management practices and models. A case management model is a set of guidelines, processes, and procedures for case managers to most effectively deliver the appropriate services and care to their constituents.
While there is a vast range of case management models, four stand out for their adaptable evidence-based approaches.
It would be terrific if we could have some agencies present on what models or combination of models you are currently doing. We want to go into break out rooms so you can discuss them with your peers. Please have any intake forms, timelines or policies you use with your models.