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Emergency department case management

Kay Walsh

Emergency department case management

strategies for creating and sustaining a successful program

by Kay Walsh

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Published by HCPro in Marblehead, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement[edited by] Kathleen Walsh, Karen Zander
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA975.5.E5 E395 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 180 p. :
Number of Pages180
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24436166M
ISBN 101601460465
ISBN 109781601460462
LC Control Number2009278161
OCLC/WorldCa154790783

Case Management Insider, September 8, From defining goals, clarifying roles, and understanding the necessary knowledge and skills required, Emergency Department Case Management: The Compendium of Best Practices, 2nd Edition will ensure that ED case management staff have a solid and sustainable foundation in place. A model of emergency department (ED) case management consisting of a social worker and a nurse case manager can prevent inappropriate admissions, improve discharge planning, decrease cost, and enhance patient satisfaction. 3 The individual and combined roles of the dyad team of social worker and nurse case manager are discussed.

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update to the ACC/AHA guidelines for the management of patients with unstable angina and non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: implications for emergency department practice. Annals of Emergency Medicine ; – Emergency Department case management programs benefit hospitals and patients. Learn the key roles and processes needed for an ED case management program. While emergency departments (ED) provide high-quality care, the long wait times and high cost of care often leave patients frustrated. At the same time, as value-based payment models.


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The presence of case management RNs and Social Workers in emergency departments (ED) has become a standard since the first edition of this text was published in Ever-expanding and changing regulations for EDs and hospitals have emerged, while best practices have evolved to address these challenges.

Emergency Department Case Management: The Compendium of Best Practices, 2nd Edition will ensure that ED case management staff have a solid and sustainable foundation in place. After exploring models and reviewing emergency department infrastructure, this compendium will help.

Effective Emergency Department Case Managers play an important part in determining the decisions that significantly impact the bottom line for hospitals and healthcare systems. Utilizing a dedicated ED Case Manager will aide clinicians in the all-important decision to admit or not, and to determine the level of care required.

According to a white paper published [ ]. Emergency Department Case Management: Influencing Patient Access, Through-Put, & Outcomes Featuring Linda L. Easterly, MS, BSN Overview Incorrect level of care placement (outpatient observation vs.

inpatient), inefficient patient flow and ER visits forFile Size: KB. As a consultant, she addresses hospital case management staff needs, such as education and orientation, competency testing, utilization management, readmission prevention, daily care coordination round and long-stay round refinement, policy and procedure development, denial and appeal management, and process evaluation.

This article originally appeared in Case Management Insider. Today, more and more emergency departments (ED) are using designated case managers to improve care.

There are many advantages to having a case manager in the ED, from improving quality of care to ensuring appropriate level of care. A Comprehensive, Practical Text on Effectively Running an Emergency Department. Emergency Department Management is a real-world, pragmatic guide designed to help emergency department managers efficiently handle the many complex issues that arise in this challenging clinical environment.

Written by professionals who have spent their entire careers in the service of emergency department Cited by: 3. Case Management Insider, Ma From defining goals, clarifying roles, and understanding the necessary knowledge and skills required, Emergency Department Case Management: The Compendium of Best Practices, 2nd Edition will ensure that ED case management staff have a solid and sustainable foundation in place.

After exploring models and reviewing your infrastructure, "Emergency Department Case Management "will help you outline key partnerships, present multiple options for case finding, tackle observation status, address quality and evaluation issues, and identify ways ED case managers can contribute to care coordination for complex pediatric, psychiatric, homeless, and uninsured populations.

An emergency physician doesn’t have the time or expertise to arrange many of these scenarios, so it is often easier for us to hit the “easy button” admit patients for a care management team assessment.

When the hospital provides the case manager to the ED, we’re bringing the expertise directly to the : Michael Silverman, MD. After exploring models and reviewing your infrastructure, "Emergency Department Case Management "will help you outline key partnerships, present multiple options for case finding, tackle.

“Holding borders or inpatients, emergency departments are faced with complex and difficult case management issues we have never been faced with in the past,” said Donna L. Mason, RN, MS, CEN, president-elect of the Emergency Nurses Association and manager of the adult emergency department at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville.

Here’s hoping that this book is read by a lot of smart doctors. – Dr. Greg Henry. Synopsis. Bouncebacks. Emergency Department Cases: ED Returns is a collection of cautionary tales and pearls of wisdom about the return patient who plagues both the seasoned physician and resident alike.

If you are not intrigued and terrified by bouncebacks. Emergency Department Design A Practical Guide to Planning for the Future SECOND EDITION WRITTEN BY Emergency Department Case Study 2 Bayhealth Medical Center, Kent General Pavilion emergency department management, and leadership.

She was the director of the Division of Global Emergency MedicalFile Size: KB. Emergency Department Management by Richard F.

Salluzzo Book Resume: This text features all aspects of administration and management of emergency medicine departments. The approach is multi-variant to address all factors that impact the issues. Emergency Medicine (PDF 46P) This book explains the following topics related to emergency medicine: Initial Patient Assessment and Management, Pre Hospital Care, Practical Approach to Coma and Stupor, Traumatology, Approach To Selected Common ER Presentations, Toxicology and ACLS Algorithms.

With over million patient visits to the Emergency Department, emergency nurses are not only in high demand but a continuously growing segment of the nursing profession. Emergency nurses find themselves in high-risk, faced-paced, physically and emotionally demanding, and difficult situations on a constant bases, which many nurses will.2.

Case Management DMAHS Definition Case management, a component of care management, is a set of activities tailored to meet a member’s situational health-related needs. Situational health needs can be defined as time-limited episodes of instability. Case managers will facilitate access toFile Size: KB.

A case management model for the emergency department. J Emerg Nurs. ; 14 (6)– Bristow DP, Herrick CA. Emergency department case management: the dyad team of nurse case manager and social worker improve discharge planning and patient and staff satisfaction while decreasing inappropriate admissions and costs: a literature by: