• Citations Per Year
Learn More
The clinical entity of minor traumatic brain injury (MTBI) is secondary to signs and symptoms encompassing neuropathological, neurochemical, neurobehavioral, neuropsychological and behavioral deficits. The patients who suffer this disorder are often given little help, medically, secondary to issues regarding the perceived reality of the disorder. A few(More)
A recent report to the Department of Health and Human Services by Marshall and Perry4 noted that "centers of excellence" were the most cost-effective method to deliver health care services. While these authors were referring to organ transplants, it is obvious that a physician and a facility that service a large volume of the same type of case have better(More)
  • R S Goka
  • Journal of insurance medicine
  • 1991
In the author’s opinion, case management is the coordination and facilitation of services to achieve quality care. Effective case management can be a very positive adjunctive service between the physician, the patient, and the payor. The physician and the case manager can develop a collaborative relationship that can expedite the treatment of the patient.(More)
The continuum of care for individuals with traumatic brain injury has become quite complex. Medical technology has increased survival rates leaving many individuals with severe deficits. Quality treatment programs have been developed that are proving cost effective with good outcomes for many. To insure maximal recovery from traumatic brain injury, the(More)
  • 1