Case management refers to the coordination of services on behalf of an individual person who may be considered a case in different settings such as health care, nursing, rehabilitation, social work, disability insurance, employment, and law. The concept lacks a universal definition and may refer to:
- Case management (mental health), a specific approach for the coordination of community mental health services
- Case management (USA health system), a specific term used in the health care system of the United States of America
- Medical case management, a general term referring to the facilitation of treatment plans to assure the appropriate medical care is provided to disabled, ill or injured individuals
- Return to work coordination
- Legal case management, a set of management approaches for law firms or courts
- Central Case Management System, database software developed for paralegals in South Africa
- Case Management Society of America, a US health system case management society
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