Indian Health Service Edition
The need for case management in IHS is apparent…it is time to make this happen. Thank you for your expertise in this area..trust your work will continue with IHS in the future…
All hospital heads, CEOs need this, as well as MDs, to see the importance of case managers … so we can implement this.
The presentation has motivated me to become a CCM certified and has helped me realize what an important role CMs will be playing in the future of health care outcomes.
I think all public health nurses in IHS should receive this training along with discharge planners, social workers, doctors, etc.
I finally got the answers to my questions… Speakers radiated a true passion for patient advocacy which I appreciated…
Staff nursing, executive level, staff, area staff and providers all need to understand what this process is and the integration of such in our organizations… Very knowledgeable presenters… engaging, experienced.
This gave me a solid foundation to build upon to improve a patient’s continuity of care.
Ms. Mullahy has extensive knowledge of IHS and tribal health systems.
Great program! Great Value!
In all my 12 years at IHS, this is the very best training session I have ever attended! Thank you for an excellent professional presentation!…
In my experience, Catherine Mullahy is the expert; exceptional and dedicated as well as efficient and effective. I was exceedingly impressed, and the staffs were most appreciative, that she took personal interest to understand their unique practice in the service to the 115,000 vulnerable Native Americans in South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa. During my nine years in the Aberdeen area, Ms. Mullahy is the single case management trainer to take this approach and it resulted in training designed specifically for these staffs’ case management needs. Ms. Mullahy formulated the curriculums in sound case management practice and principles, as well as offering workable solutions to undeniable health care barriers in the staffs’ practice settings. One case manager improved clinical outcomes by 30% in one year and saved the facility $175,000.