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Clarifying certification and its value for case managers.

Lippincott's case management : managing the process of patient care. 
10
(1): 
2005 Jan-Feb
14-21; 
2005. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
The field of case management is experiencing a rise in the number of certified case managers and certified (or accredited) programs in case and disease management. However, not every practicing case manager, employer, payer, or client is aware of the value of certification. In addition, there exists some confusion about the difference between "individual" and "institution" certification; sometimes they are erroneously used as interchangeable terms. This article emphasizes the value of case management certification and its necessity, and clarifies the difference between individual and institution certification.
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Record TypeJournal Article
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ISSN1529-7764