A Life Care Plan is a dynamic document that identifies both current and future services required by an individual; usually with a catastrophic injury or other complex health care needs. The Life Care Planner must possess some skills similar to those used by case managers: such as data collection, analysis, and research. Beyond that, the roles vary. This presentation will discuss the similarities and differences between the two.
1. Identify the goals in Life Care Planning
2.Define the Life Care Plan process
3.Describe the similarities and differences between Case Management and Life Care Planning
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CEs: 1 Hour Nursing, 1 Hour CCM, and 1 Hours SW
Evaluation and Certificates will be available below after the conclusion of the webinar for those who attended LIVE. If you are unable to attend, access to a recorded session will be made available, as well.
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