Case Management, Legal Support

A Day in the Life: Care Management

 April 29, 2015

By  Deborah L Weiner Katz, OTR/L, CCM, CLCP

Welcome to our blog!

We hope you will join us regularly as we bring you trending information in health care and rehabilitation, latest rehab technology, and cutting edge trends in medicine.  We will help you to find resources and advocates for those in need.  We will also walk you through our services and outline innovative ideas for using a medical legal consultant.

Since this is our first article, we’ll address the service most often requested from AdvancedRM, case management, often referred to as care management.

We believe everyone is entitled to access to the best possible care and all resources available. The job of a care manager is to get to know you and understand your problems. Your care manager will analyze the barriers prohibiting you from getting proper treatment and services, and find ways to overcome them.  They will dig for answers and resources.  They ask the questions you don’t know to ask. They find the answers you don’t know exist.

A day in the life…

Care managers essentially assume the role of “Captain of the Ship”.  The “Captain” brings all of the moving parts together by linking resources, family members and friends, providers, and community programs to effect a positive change. The care manager gets to know each client’s individual situation, clearly understands the social and medical background, identifies problems and goals, and then finds ways to reach them. They maintain close contact with their clients, advocate for them, and get results!

At AdvancedRM, we have many “Captains” ready to help you with your needs.  Whether you have been injured in an accident, are a parent of a special needs child, a family member of someone who is elderly or ill, or are a trust officer or guardian looking for help for a client.  Let our “Captains” help you to gain control of the ship.

We invite you to read through our case studies and stories to see how AdvancedRM care managers have helped to change outcomes for our clients.  Then contact us to see how we can help you.  Remember, we always offer a free consultation.

We look forward to sharing with you in the future!

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