PMID: 2055004Jun 1, 1991Paper

A decade of case management: a methodological review of outcome research

Community Mental Health Journal
R Chamberlain, C A Rapp

Abstract

The last decade has witnessed a burgeoning interest in case management services to people with severe mental illness. While the literature on case management is proliferating, there remains a paucity of rigorously designed outcome research. This paper provides a methodological review of that outcome research on case management, which found that the term case management is used to describe a diverse array of interventions that yield differing client outcomes. Suggestions for the direction of future inquiry are described.

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