About this course
The purpose and objective of the Master degree in Case Management is to further your career and education in the field ofNursing Case Management. Furthermore this prepares experienced nurses with advanced theory and practice in a systematic case management approach to the delivery of health care to diverse patient populations. Case management emphasizes methods of coordination, continuity, and quality of care within a cost-sensitive view. Emphasis will be placed on critical-thinking, strong planning and decision-making techniques needed to recognize and respond to the changes in the case management field.
When you graduate from this program, you will be able to:
- Analyze the role of the nurse case management in the function of the interdisciplinary team.
- Demonstrate the nursing process as it relates to theories of quality improvement, patient outcomes, and development of a client plan.
- Identify patient care innovations, implementation of care, data collection of patient outcomes, and the evaluation of the outcomes for continued care or revisions of care.
- Analyze the financial and ethical aspects of patient care as related to disease management, coordination of care, and the process of identifying long-term care for vulnerable populations.
- To enroll in a Masters program, students must have an earned bachelor degree and mail in a copy of the official transcripts. Official documentation must be in file before the completion of the first course or the grade will not be posted.