So You Want To Be A Case Manager…

Every now and then we get an application that has some decent experience but just doesn’t make the cut for some of our clients. There’s several things that factor into their choice, whether it was too little experience in the right areas, no certifications, or working with a different population than there’s. Every employer and […]

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HEDIS 2019 is Over – Time to Get Ready for HEDIS 2020!

The 2019 HEDIS season is almost over! But wait, that means it is time to evaluate and start thinking about the 2020 HEDIS season. I know that is probably the last thing Quality Improvement professionals want to hear when they can finally see the light at the end of that long, dark tunnel. The NCQA (National Committee […]

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How Pets and Therapy Animals Can Improve Your Health

Written by Cassandra Smalling Pet Appreciation Day is coming up this June, where we humans set aside a day to join in celebration of our furry friends and all they do for us. So today we have a guest blogger to discuss more on how Managed Care Organizations, and their members, in particular, have many reasons […]

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National Nurses Week 2019 – CareNational Nurses Share What Inspired them to be a Nurse

CareNational is grateful for the hard work and compassion demonstrated by healthcare workers everywhere every day. Florence Nightingale’s contribution to education, hospital reform and her medical care and treatment is the reason that we celebrate National Nurses Week. Her significant achievements continue to help inspire those who work in the medical field.  Speaking of, during […]

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How does HEDIS Affect Health Plan Reimbursement? (VIDEO)

As the H.E.D.I.S. (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) season continues, CareNational is dedicating a series of blogs to help health plans. This segment comes from out talks with La’ Chanda Plummer, a highly qualified and experienced HEDIS Program Manager and Quality Improvement leader that we placed at a medium sized health plan in the Pacific […]

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How to Help an Elderly Person with Depression: Tips for Family

Written by Guest Author, Holly Clark, Community Manager at FirstCare.ie Remind yourself that it is possible to overcome depression in the later years. Elderly people can get help to manage their fears, thus living a more stabilized life. In addition to the mind being affected by depression, it also manifests itself physically and spiritually. Although families […]

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HEDIS Audit at a Doctor’s Office (VIDEO)

Written by Aaron Lebovitz, CEOContact him at 1.800.974.4828 ext 102, or aaron@carenational.com With H.E.D.I.S. ® (Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set) production work right around the corner, CareNational has been on a quest to find qualified nurses and clerical support staff to fill assignments for our clients related to this critically important Quality Improvement survey. We make it our mission […]

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Veterans’ Day Career Advice from CareNational

Written by Former SSG Amanda Sowards, U.S. Army, 2006-2015Contact her at 1.800.974.4828 x110, or amanda@carenational.com. Whether your transitioning out of the Army, Navy, Marines Corps, or Air Force there is one big constant… you won’t be getting that steady pay check.  Here at CareNational we thought the Veteran’s Day Holiday was a good time to reach […]

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Have Happy a 4th of July – with these Safety Tips

Even though the 4th of July falls on a Tuesday this year, there is no reason not to celebrate, but safely! I’m not sure if it will be just a relaxing Tuesday for you, like the snap of a Black Cat popping; or maybe it is the end to a long Holiday weekend, like the […]

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CareNational Celebrates National Nurses Week

The team here at CareNational is grateful for all the hard work and compassion demonstrated by all healthcare workers everywhere, every day. And while we work with both clinical and non-clinical professionals in health care services roles, since it is National Nurses Week we especially wanted to express our gratitude to all the wonderful nurses […]

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