Featured Case Management Books
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Case Management: A Practical Guide for Education and Practice, 4th Edition
Prepare for a new career as a case manager—or just upgrade your skills to a whole new level—with the newly updated Case Management: A Practical Guide for Education and Practice, 4th Edition.
NEW chapter on case manager orientation programs that offers orientation checklists, competency assessment, and learning profiles, with available online tools
NEW topics on current practice issues and developments, including the impact of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and value-based care
NEW content on experiential, problem-based learning—learning practices, training programs, case management team professional development
Author(s): Suzanne K. Powell RN, BSN, CCM & Hussein A. Tahan DNSc, RN, CNA
CMSA Core Curriculum for Case Management, 3rd Edition
This comprehensive, expertly-written guide provides those directly or indirectly involved in case management with information about best practices, descriptions of key terms, essential skills, and tools that fulfill the current Case Management Society of America’s (CMSA) standards and requirements.
Addressing the full spectrum of healthcare professional roles and environments, this is both a crucial certification study guide and vital clinical resource for the case management professionals in all specialty areas, from students to veteran case managers.
Author(s):Hussein M. Tahan PhD, RN &
Teresa M. Treiger RN-BC, MA, CHCQM-CM/TOC
COLLABORATE(R) for Professional Case Management:
A Universal Competency-Based Paradigm
COLLABORATE is the professional case manager’s guide to the implementation of a competency-based practice – an approach vital to high quality and cost-effective patient care. This practical book identifies and defines the categories of competence that drive positive outcomes for the patient, organization, and – most importantly – for the case manager.
The book is presented in four sections that (1) provide the rationale for a competency-based approach; (2) identify and describe eleven competencies, one for each letter of COLLABORATE; (3) review how the competencies benefit the case manager and organization; and (4) considers the future of case management practice.
Not only is COLLABORATE an indispensable resource for the case management professional who aims to improve his/her level of practice excellence, but it also empowers anyone tasked with improving a patient’s health care experience and quality of life. It provides the tools necessary to transform practice from task orientation to one that drives positive outcomes.
Teresa M. Treiger RN-BC, MA, CHCQM-CM/TOC &
Ellen Fink-Samnick MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCM, CRP
A Practical Guide for Education and Practice, 3rd Edition
Written for new case managers, this book is a practical guide for nurses, social workers, and others responsible for coordinating and managing the care of the individual patient within the healthcare system. It is also used as a text for graduate level courses and an excellent prep guide for the Case Management Certification (CCM) exam. Suzanne Powell and Hussein Tahan are co-authors of the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) Core Curriculum for Case Management.
This Third Edition has new material on chronic disease management, information systems, and telehealth/telemedicine. New features include learning objectives and end-of-chapter study questions.
Suzanne K. Powell RN, BSN, CCM &
Hussein A. Tahan DNSc, RN, CNA
Advanced Case Management:
Outcomes and Beyond
Advanced Case Management: Outcomes and Beyond, is a theoretical, research-oriented, and statistical publication providing comprehensive coverage of advanced case management information. Essential topics presented in this text include outcomes management, disease management, continuous quality improvement (CQI), and complementary medicine practices.
Building on Case Management: A Practical Guide to Success in Managed Care, Second Edition, this book explores population-based case management and its components. Part I comprehensively covers disease management concepts and development of a successful disease management program. Part II focuses on the latest trends in outcomes management. Topics covered include how to develop an outcomes management program, the Center for Case Management Accountability (CCMA), benchmarking, and factors affecting case management outcomes. Part III deals with continuous quality improvement (CQI) and proper use of CQI tools. Finally, Part IV, Managing Complementary Health Care- A Vision for the Future, addresses the challenges and the successes of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practices.
Suzanne K. Powell RN, BSN, CCM