Case Management

Determining accurate caseloads

Case Management Monthly, May 1, 2009

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For years, case managers from a variety of health and behavioral health settings have complained of inconsistent and inappropriate case management caseload sizes. But rapid changes in the medical management field—such as the integration of utilization and disease management into case management functions—have made it difficult to provide equitable benchmarks for caseload determination.

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