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Top Recruiters And Job Sites For Case Managers, Discharge Planners And Social Workers OpenPlacement Admin

September 14th, 2015 | 0

TopListWelcome to our first of what we hope to be an annual installment of the top recruiters and job sites in the US for Case Managers, Discharge Planners and Social Workers. As always we take into consideration 
geographic coverage, clout in the community, specialization, and feedback from our community of Case Managers.  If you feel we have missed out on a great recruiter for Case Managers please let us know!

 
 

 

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Top Eight Characteristics of A Successful Social Worker Christy Rakoczy

May 13th, 2013 | 9

HelpingHand Social work is a fulfilling, yet demanding, profession. In order to be successful as a social worker, there are traits that are necessary to possess and build.

Characteristic 1: Highly knowledgeable and well-trained
In order to be a successful social worker, one must possess the knowledge and the skills to effectively do the job. In order to acquire content knowledge, a degree from an institution of higher education is necessary. Most social work positions require at least a Bachelor’s degree, but a Masters degree, Ph.D, or other certification work is highly helpful to prepare for this career.

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Are Social Workers & Case Managers The Next Doctors Justin Usher

April 12th, 2013 | 3

GE Ventures PanelistsOn April 11, 2013 GE Ventures held the Insight Series: Digital Health. The discussion was led by NBC News’ Nancy Snyderman M.D., author Eric Topol M.D., Unity Stoakes of Startup Health and Rafael Torres of GE Ventures. The topics ranged from prescribing apps versus drugs, HIPAA’s impact on innovation in healthcare, patient privacy, and predictions for the future of healthcare.

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Highlights of National Social Workers Month Christy Rakoczy

April 1st, 2013 | 0

SocialWorkerMonthLogoMarch was National Social Workers month, and this year’s theme was “Weaving Threads of Resilience and Advocacy.”  Across the United States, over 650,000 social workers reach out to people in need, and the profession continues to grow.  The official website for the month,  http://www.socialworkers.org/pressroom/swmonth/, includes 100 ways to promote social work.  Just because March is over doesn’t mean these ideas can’t be employed!

Some highlights of the month are below. 

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What Social Workers and Discharge Planners Should Know About Medicare Christy Rakoczy

January 3rd, 2013 | 0

Medicare_3Here’s the understatement of the New Year: Medicare can be frustratingly complex for patients and discharge planners alike.  Nevertheless, it is critical for social workers and discharge planners to be in the know about the aspects of Medicare that directly affect their patients and care facilities.  We have compiled a list that, although not exhaustive, highlights some crucial information that discharge planners should be aware of.

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