The Value-Based Integrated Case Management Workplace
To provide a high-level view of workplace preparation for delivery of value-based adult and pediatric integrated case management.
To describe the personnel and training needed/required for effective delivery of value-based integrated case management.
To review value-based integrated case management caseloads and caseload limits, including determination of the number and cost of case managers needed to support effective delivery.
To define the interdisciplinary characteristics of value-based integrated case management, program goals, and the ultimate goals of patient stabilization and graduation.
To discuss the potential return on investment of value-based integrated case management, if organized correctly.
KeywordsVB-ICM workplace VB-ICM training VB-ICM caseloads VB-ICM objectives VB-ICM return on investment
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