Yes. Sometimes Case Managers are also called care managers, geriatric case managers, elder case managers, service coordinators or case coordinators.
A Case Manager is a professional with specialized knowledge and expertise in managing health care needs and services for persons of all ages with disabilities, chronic diseases and seniors. Our Care Managers are individuals who work with your family to evaluate your situation, identify solutions, and work with you to design a plan for maximizing your loved one’s health, safety, independence and quality of life.
Call your medical and long term care insurance provider(s) directly to investigate further. Most of our private care management clients pay out-of-pocket for our services.
You may qualify for our Advantage Medicaid Waiver program. Please contact us to discuss further.
Case Managers are hired to help you decrease the stress associated with caring for an aging or disabled loved one. A professional Case Manager becomes your partner in caring for your loved one. Case Managers can be hired to provide one specific service (i.e., conducting a home safety assessment or providing a list of reputable nursing homes) or they can oversee and manage all of your loved one’s health and well-being needs.
Our fees vary based on your needs. We provide a list of options to help you pay for the services needed. Please call us to discuss your options.
A Case Manager is a health care professional with specialized expertise and training in caring for persons with disabilities, chronic care issues and seniors. Many Case Managers have advanced degrees in social work, gerontology, nursing, psychology, or a related health and human services field.
Care Management (and Case Management) as a profession does not require licensure or credentialing. Many of our professionals are licensed in their fields of expertise including nursing, social work and counseling. In addition, we are proud that many of our Case Managers are certified. Our program consist of doctorate level nurses who assist as well.
A written agreement will be provided to you at the beginning of our engagement and will clearly outline the terms of our service. We are available for short or long term service engagements.
OU College of Nursing has been providing services since 1995.
We provide services throughout the state of Oklahoma with offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Lawton and Elk City.
Yes. We will do our best to help you or your loved one gain access to our wonderful health care services.
Many of our clients prefer telephone and/or email communication; you tell us your preference.
Yes, upon request. We will only provide professional references. It is our responsibility to protect the privacy and confidentiality of all of our clients.
No. All of our Case Managers are experienced professionals with specialized knowledge and expertise in caring for persons of all ages with disabilities or chronic conditions and seniors. Many of our Case Managers have advanced degrees.
Yes. OU College of Nursing Care Management and OU Nursing Life Stage Solutions are the same organization.