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Case Study On Evidence Based Risk Management Best Practice
Diabetes: Case Management | The Community Guide
Background: Research shows that training can improve skills needed for evidence-based decision making, but less is known about instituting organizational supports to build capacity for evidence-based chronic disease prevention. Community context: The objectives of this case study were to assess facilitators and challenges of applying management practices to support evidence-based decision making in chronic disease prevention programs in the public health system in Georgia through key informant interviews and quantitatively test for changes in perceived management practices and skills through a pre-post survey. Methods: Leadership of the chronic disease prevention section hosted a multiday training, provided regular supplemental training, restructured the section and staff meetings, led and oversaw technical assistance with partners, instituted transparent performance-based contracting, and made other changes. A item online survey measured perceived importance of skills and the availability of skilled staff, organizational supports, and use of research evidence at baseline and in after training. A structured interview guide asked about management practices, context, internal and external facilitators and barriers, and recommendations. Capacity-building activities and survey findings: Seventy-four staff members and partners completed both surveys
Designing and Implementing Medicaid Disease and Care Management Programs
Considering the evidence on the efficacy of different care management interventions is important for States as they plan and design a care management program. States should use the evidence base for care management to gain support from stakeholders, choose diseases, and select interventions. The evidence also can help States determine the timeframe in which they should expect changes from their programs.
With patient care on the line, Dr. Sally Randolph rose from her swivel chair and walked over to the Norman Rockwell print hanging on her wall. She loved this image and what it stood for: medicine focused on people. Mark had caught a glimpse of the print in her locker back then, and he had liked it.