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Requirements for Case Management

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The monitoring of services to a client is important for many reasons. What are some of the reasons that the state and federal government require monitoring of services? What do you, as a clinician, see as a good reason to monitor services and keep case notes?

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This solution of 355 words explains the benefits of monitoring services and keeping case notes as a clinician. It includes personal examples and perspectives.

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The monitoring of services to a client is the essence of case management. The counselor must scrutinize and document services to ensure the rights of the client are protected, and that services are rendered in a timely manner according to the rules and regulations, with the achievement of the goals for the counselee always at the forefront of all activity. Comprehensive and accurate record keeping is part of the counselor/counselee ethical relationship. Accurate, timely (completed soon after meetings), detailed, and honest record keeping is ...

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