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CM Practice Spotlight: Case Management and Life Care Planning

Description

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.

OBJECTIVES

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

Member Only Program
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.

Social Workers seeking CE's must complete the Post Quiz to receive social work CE certificate.

Contributors

  • Betty Overbey, RN, CRRN, CDMS, CCM, CRP, MSCC

    Betty Overbey, RN, CRRN, CDMS, CCM, CRP, MSCC, has over 30 years’ experience as a case manager handling all types of complex illness and injury cases; and has built a reputation for catastrophic injury management. She is versed in working with different benefit systems including group health, workers’ compensation, and long-term disability. She also provides consultative services and case management to individual patients and their families.

    As an owner of a small business, she serves as an educator and mentor in the field of case management. She is published and has presented on various case management topics. Ms. Overbey is currently a Director of the National Case Management Society of America.

April 25, 2019
Thu 11:00 AM CDT

Duration 1H 0M

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