Nurse advocates improve benefits delivery, health outcomes

Gunsauley, Craig
July 2000
Employee Benefit News;Jul2000, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p12
Deals with the nurse advocacy program of SRA International Inc. in line with its delivery of health insurance benefits. Benefits of the program; Responsibilities of nurse case manager Karen Amato; How the program helped Dick Norman, principal information engineer at the company.


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