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Resources — The Key to Successful Case Management

BY ANNE LLEWELLYN, MS, BHSA, RN, CRRN, CMGT-BC, BCPA, FCM
A nurse case manager’s greatest challenge is finding resources for their patient and their families that don’t fall under traditional insurance. Learning about these resources is a job unto itself, so once I find one, I like to share the information with my colleagues so they can check out the resource and keep it in mind for future use.

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The Post-Pandemic Life of a Workers’ Comp Case Manager

BY THERESE M. QUINN, RN, BSN, CRRN, CCM, JD
A professional nurse case manager has an interesting role in the arena of workers’ compensation. Aside from developing a thick skin, a nurse case manager must demonstrate excellent communication skills in order to facilitate communication between all parties, including the injured worker, the employer, the providers and the insurance claims adjusters.

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Workers’ Compensation Case Management: Demonstrating Outcomes and Achieving Goals

BY MARYANN OTT, RN, BSN, CCM, CPC, AND ANNE LLEWELLYN, MS, BHSA, RN, CCM, CRRN, CMGT-BC, BCPA, CM FELLOW
Determining outcomes in workers’ compensation case management comes down to knowing the rules in your state, the organization you work for and the needs of the injured worker. In this article two seasoned workers’ compensation case managers talk about how you can demonstrate the outcomes and achieve goals in this dynamic area of case management.