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Hi there. I know you may feel overwhelmed navigating insurance and trying to help your loved ones find the best care possible. As a Board Certified Case Manager and former home care agency owner, I want to help you navigate the confusion with ease.
My hope is to:
The underlying premise of case management is based on the fact that when an individual reaches the optimum level of wellness and functional capability, everyone benefits: the individuals being served, their support systems, the health care delivery systems and the various reimbursement sources.
Case management serves as a means for achieving client wellness and autonomy through advocacy, communication, education, identification of service resources and service facilitation. The case manager helps identify appropriate providers and facilities throughout the continuum of services, while ensuring that available resources are being used in a timely and cost-effective manner in order to obtain optimum value for both the client and the reimbursement source. Case management services are best offered in a climate that allows direct communication between the case manager, the client, and appropriate service personnel, in order to optimize the outcome for all concerned.
If you or a loved one is aging or have a diagnosis of a cognitive impairment, case management services may be right for you.
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I reside in Michigan with my husband and our children. I have worked with adults with special needs since 2009 in different roland hold a special spot in my heart to help others. I come from a big family. I hope to connect with more people in this world who need a little more guidance in the care coordination process.