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The nursing and other health care professionals practicing within the specialty of Practice and Case Management are dedicated to ensuring that quality care extends through discharge, and is planned for and available into the post-hospitalization recovery period.
Join the talented nursing professionals who embody The Michigan Difference, and exhibit excellence in the area of Practice/Case Management. During the patient’s in-facility stay, the need for discharge planning services after hospitalization will be assessed by the Practice Management Coordinator, in collaboration with the attending physician and the multi-disciplinary team.
If it is determined that the patient needs continuing care after hospitalization, other than home-based self-care, a discharge plan will be established with the patient/family. Arrangements for alternatives to hospitalization may be made for: long-term acute care, acute rehabilitation care, sub-acute care with medical or rehabilitation care, home care, infusion therapy, hospice care, basic nursing home placement, adult foster care, medical equipment, ambulance transportation and community support services.