Managing Gaps in Care: Discipline-Specific Approaches
What You’ll Learn
All health professionals play a role in improving quality of life for people living with serious illness. Through communication and collaboration, care teams can address gaps in care that lead to unnecessary suffering and poor outcomes.
The courses in the Managing Gaps in Care unit are written for medical directors of health plans, case managers from either provider organizations or health plans, and for direct care workers. Each course illustrates techniques these professionals can use to improve quality of life for people living with serious illness and their families by connecting them to needed services and supports.
What You’ll Earn
CAPC members can earn the following free continuing education credits and MOC points:
Case Management: 2.00 CE
Licensed Professional Counselors: 2.00 CE
Medicine: 1.50 CME, 1.50 ABIM MOC
Nursing: 2.00 CNE
Social Work: 2.00 CE (NASW)
Social Work: 2.00 CE (NYSED)
The continuing education values listed on this page apply to the current term of accreditation for the courses in this unit. See individual course pages for more information about the accrediting bodies.
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