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date: 03 December 2020

Case Managementlocked

  • Maria Roberts-DeGennaroMaria Roberts-DeGennaroSan Diego State University, Emerita

Summary

A generic set of case management functions are performed in most practice settings. To improve outcomes within a complex service delivery system, case managers need to collaboratively work with clients and care providers. By incorporating the paradigm of evidence-based practice, case managers can improve decision making through integrating their practice expertise with the best available evidence, and by considering the characteristics, circumstances, values, preferences, and expectations of clients, as well as their involvement in the decision making.

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