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Cross-Disciplinary Training for Value-Based Integrated Case Managers

  • Roger G. Kathol
  • Rachel L. Andrew
  • Michelle Squire
  • Peter J. Dehnel
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Chapter Objectives

  • To develop comfort in talking about health behaviors, cognitive issues, and emotional problems in the context of physical disease and about physical illness in the context of behavioral health issues and disorders.

  • To discuss how to include behavioral health and physical conditions during standard value-based integrated case management assessments.

  • To review general characteristics about how to handle special medical, behavioral health, and pediatric situations as a value-based integrated case management manager.

  • To describe the knowledge and skill base needed to integrate assistance for common physical and behavioral health conditions in value-based integrated case management.

Keywords

Health behaviors Comorbid conditions Cognitive issues Emotional problems Physical and behavioral health integration Medical emergencies Behavioral emergencies 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger G. Kathol
    • 1
  • Rachel L. Andrew
    • 2
  • Michelle Squire
    • 3
  • Peter J. Dehnel
    • 4
  1. 1.Cartesian Solutions, Inc.™ and University of MinnesotaBurnsvilleUSA
  2. 2.Premera Blue Cross Mountlake TerraceUSA
  3. 3.ManahawkinUSA
  4. 4.Twin Cities Medical SocietyEdinaUSA

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