Diabetes Nurse Case Management Training Program: Enhancing Care Consistent With the Chronic Care and Patient-Centered Medical Home Models

@article{Watts2011DiabetesNC,
  title={Diabetes Nurse Case Management Training Program: Enhancing Care Consistent With the Chronic Care and Patient-Centered Medical Home Models},
  author={S. Watts and R. Lawrence and E. Kern},
  journal={Clinical Diabetes},
  year={2011},
  volume={29},
  pages={25 - 33}
}
  • S. Watts, R. Lawrence, E. Kern
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Diabetes
  • M any patients remain at high risk for diabetes complications because of poor glycemic control.1–4 Case management, defined as “the assignment of authority to a professional (the case manager) who is not the provider of direct health care, but who oversees and is responsible for coordinating and implementing care,”5 is an effective intervention to improve glycemic control.6–8 The use of nurses as case managers (NCMs) for patients with poor glycemic control follows the Chronic Care Model (CCM… CONTINUE READING
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