The article, “Going under the knife: Who will manage your diabetes?”, by Pam Daniels states
“Stay in control of your diabetes.”
This is a good article for Diabetics who are facing surgery and the worries of not only recoverying but treatment of the diabetes. As we all know diabetes is a serious illness and without proper treatment, especially during surgery, it can become a serious situation. This is where good preparation comes into hand and also good case management.
Your medical team and certified case manager should be able to help you in this area of concern as they overlook your overall recovery. This is critical they have a case history of your diabetes and are all on the same page. A certified case manager can be the leader in this case and help coordinate all the medical professionals in your recovery with special emphasis on your diabetes and its particular treatment.
If you are interested in learning how to become a certified case manager, then please review the program in Case Management.
Our program in Case Management consists of five core courses. After completion of those courses, qualified professionals can become eligible to become certified in case management.
If one wishes to recertify in our program in Case Management after three years, they have to accumulate over five hundred hours of case management relevant service and sixty hours of case management continuing education.
In the meantime, please review our program in Case Management and the various articles. If you have any questions please let us know and we will be more than glad to help you.
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