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  • How Social Workers Can Finally Throw Away Their Binders

    by Wilson

    Large pile of paperwork

    As a social worker, you strive to have a positive effect on the community around you. You serve as motivation to better the lifestyles for each of your clients. Because of the various demands put on social workers, the client relationship can become secondary due to the vast amount of service coordination, communication among providers, documentation and other aspects of this ever-changing field.

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  • TCM Audit Appeals - Part III

    by Nancy Leidelmeijer

    Audit Appeals - Part III

    In this final part, Part III, to our TCM audits blog, we will address the TCM program audits as conducted by the TCM program at the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS). As written in our previous blogs on this topic, the Targeted Case Management (TCM) program cost reports are audited in California every year. For the program audit (or non-financial), DHCS strives to be on a 3-year. That means that your program may be audited once every 3 years.  

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  • New Feature - Calendar

    by Todd Mueller

    Calendar View - Month

    We have been busy rolling out a lot of new features lately improving NurseReferralPro and our latest calendar feature won’t disappoint. The calendar supports appointments, events (global), and reminders. I will break down each calendar event type and how it could be used.

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  • Role of the Health Department in Tuberculosis Prevention

    by Wilson

    Dr. and nurse reviewing TB X-ray

    ue to tuberculosis being caused by an infectious organism capable of spreading from person to person through the air, public health measures were set into motion. Three strategies have been created for tuberculosis prevention and control in the United States.

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  • TCM Audit Appeals - Part II

    by Nancy Leidelmeijer

    As promised, here’s our follow up blog on TCM audits and appeals. Previously in Part I of this series, we noted that every year the Targeted Case Management (TCM) programs and their cost reports are audited in California. The appeals process begins with the informal hearing. If the county does not prevail at this level, it can appeal at the formal level.

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