From Care Management to Case Management: What can the NHS Learn from the Social Care Experience?

Sally Jacobs (Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester)
Jane Hughes (Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester)
David Challis (Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester)
Karen Stewart (Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester)
Kate Weiner (Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Manchester)

Journal of Integrated Care

ISSN: 1476-9018

Publication date: 1 June 2006

Abstract

Care management has developed in a variety of forms. This diary study explores differences in the approach taken to care management in three distinct social service settings: community‐based older people's teams, hospital social work teams also for older people and community‐based teams for adults with mental health problems. Conclusions are drawn both for social care and for health services developing case management for people with long‐term conditions.

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Jacobs, S., Hughes, J., Challis, D., Stewart, K. and Weiner, K. (2006), "From Care Management to Case Management: What can the NHS Learn from the Social Care Experience?", Journal of Integrated Care, Vol. 14 No. 3, pp. 22-31. https://doi.org/10.1108/14769018200600021

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Emerald Group Publishing Limited

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