A Massachusetts family is saving nearly $500 a year on a medication for an ill child, thanks to the collaboration between UMass Medical School’s clinical pharmacists and its Community Case Management Program.
Community Case Management
Without Community Case Management (CCM), a service of UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division, more than a thousand children and young adults in Massachusetts with complex medical needs may have been forced to leave their families and live in institutions to get the care they need.
How Community Case Management (CCM), a partnership between MassHealth and UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division, supports medically complex individuals so they can live safely in the community will be highlighted during a presentation at the Case Management Society of New England’s 25th Annual Conference at the Holiday Inn Boxborough on Friday, Oct. 3.
Community Case Management, a service created by UMass Medical School to help keep medically complex children with their families instead of in pediatric nursing homes, is assisting nearly 700 children and adults, according to an article in the Sunday Boston Globe.