The certified case manager is a health care professional who incorporates the theory and practice applications of case management into the clinical role. Case management is a care delivery model that is focused on managing the components of care for patients within or across the continuum of care, with the goals of achieving quality care outcomes and financial appropriateness. A case manager oversees the processes of care delivered to patients, works collaboratively and provides leadership to the health care team, and is committed to the organization’s goals for professional case management services. A case manager has often been referred to as the “captain of the ship,” as their role is designed to provide both leadership and management to the patients’ care plans. They are the coordinators of patient care delivery, as well as the patient advocate and quality and costs experts of the health care team.
Depending on the complexity of your project, getting a release out the door can be a separate project all together. In a simple system this could be as easy as doing a build and coping over the executable, in a complex system this could require building a number of packages (executables, assemblies, Jar files or DLL’s), adding database scripts and even some third party applications. Making sure you have the right version of every component can be difficult and time consuming. In very complex project you might have a designated BuildMaster, to track the versions. In any case, you need a common area to document components, the version needed for the next release and make sure everyone has access and can update them as needed.
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