Case Management / Support Coordination
Case management or support coordination is the fundamental lynch pin in any system to assure that the needs of individuals are assessed, a plan is developed, services are being delivered according to the plan, the person's needs are being met, the person is healthy and safe, and that the person is living the life that they want to live.
Addressing Potential Conflicts of Interest Arising from the Multiple Roles of Colorado’s Community Centered Boards
Report to Colorado Department of Human Services Division of Developmental Disabilities. This document summarizes the information gathered,…
Practice Guidance for Delivering Outcomes in Service Coordination
This Practice Guidance provides a framework for service coordination organizations and individual service coordinators partnering…
Ready, Set, Go! The Readiness Review Process for Care Coordination and Provider Network Adequacy in Five States
Arizona, Minnesota, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin—have unique approaches to ensuring managed care organizations are ready to…
Waiver Support Coordinator Caseload: Impact on Performance Evaluation in Florida DD HCBS Waiver
The purpose of the study was to determine the impact of case load size on the ability of support coordinators to provide services.
Innovative Models and Best Practices in Case Management and Support Coordination
This Policy Research Brief describes models, innovations, and best practices in support coordination identified during a study exploring the…
Survey of State Case Management Policies and Practices
A report from a 2006 survey of state case management systems covering state, local and federal financing, units of services, payment, case…
Targeted Case Management: Rate Setting
PowerPoint presentation on targeted case management presented by Linda Tavener, Team Leader, CMS Non-Institutional Payment Team.