Nursing Care Management

The term "care management" refers to a broad range of services and initiatives that support patients with long-term or complex medical illnesses in taking control of their health. The main objective of care management is to increase patient health. Along the way, the strategy hopes to increase patient participation, decrease hospital visits, and enhance care coordination. Software for care management can help healthcare practitioners achieve such objectives in a big way. The management of comprehensive care necessitates collaboration. To assist patients in managing their complicated medical demands, doctors, clinicians, patients, and their caretakers must all collaborate. Elements of a care management program include some or all of the following:

  • A dedicated care team
  • A comprehensive care plan
  • Medication and care-management tools
  • A hospital-to-home program
  • Patient education materials
  •  Expanded communication between patients and healthcare professionals
  • Care coordination with community and home-based service providers

 


 

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