The following post came to us today from our friends at the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Congratulations to our recent graduates of the FAMCare / Visions Server Master Certification training course! Thank you to Travis Dillard of SARCOA (Southern Alabama Regional Council on Aging) and Cody Lewis of Middle Alabama Area on Aging for attending the course!
For all the environmental, productivity, and waste management benefits of going paperless, few companies have come close to achieving it. The reason for this delay is simple: offices cannot afford the disruption that completely eliminating paper would create. Going from paper to electronic software isn't always easy.
The 42nd annual Monitoring the Future study by the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research reports that teenager’s use of drugs, alcohol, and tobacco declined significantly in 2016 to rates that are the lowest since the 1990s. Teenage drug use is on the decline.
Is case management the best kept secret in healthcare? With all the new "classifications" of how caseworkers and health care providers interact with their clients and patients such as "care coordination" and "patient advocating" - is the term case management getting lost?
I did a little research into this topic and found a great article written by Dorland Health, a leading integrated media publisher in the healthcare industry, that I wanted to share. Please check it out below.
The current political debate raging over the fate of refugees seeking asylum in the United States expresses significant xenophobia, racism, and religious intolerance. Refugees are seen on cable T.V. and talk radio as a scourge on the nation; a serious threat to national security. The partisans in this debate seem to be confusing refugees with illegal immigrants or at least bundling them all together into one threatening pile.