Handbook of Geriatric Care Management

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2006 - 336 páginas
This cutting-edge book on geriatric care management is designed to meet a growing area that spans across the continuum of health care, and is the essential reference for the geriatric care management profession. It gives health care delivery systems, private and public health care practitioners, business people, and schools of nursing, social work, and related health care fields the definitive book on geriatric care management. Handbook of Geriatric Care Management defines the work of the geriatric care manager. It offers an overview of what geriatric care management is, defines duties and procedures, and specifies the organizations that use a geriatric care manager. It provides guidelines for setting up a geriatric care management practice independently or as part of a larger health care delivery system or business, and contains key elements for marketing the practice. Several case studies are included.

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Chapter 2 Ethics and Geriatric Care Management
13
Conflict between the Clients Safety and the Clients Autonomy
19
How To Begin or Add a Geriatric Care Management Business
25
Issues for Mature Care Management
43
Organizational Development
52
Joining Organizations and Networking Nationally
58
PART IIIGROWING AND MANAGING THE BUSINESS
97
Carolyn Barber MSN PHN CMC
110
Writing the Assessment Findings and Designing the Care Plan
203
Introduction
207
Dementia Experienced
211
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Dementia Clients Abilities
251
Suicide
257
The Case of Ms H
263

Revenue Sources for Geriatric Care Managers
115
Rona S Bartelstone MSW LCSW CMC Brookdale Center on Aging
122
Care Management Credentialing
131
Chapter 10Geriatric Care Management with Families
149
Helping Adult Children and Families Manage the Overwhelming
155
Helping Caregivers Diffuse Conflict
161
Helping Families Make the Decision To Place
167
Conclusion
174
Functional Assessment
182
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Incorporating a Spiritual Perspective into Geriatric Care
269
Assessment of Clients Values and Sources of Meaning
275
Facilitating Spiritual Connections with People Who Have
281
Chapter 15The Future of Geriatric Care Management
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Appendix AContact Information
311
Index
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