Lauren Danahy is board certified in LNC case management from the Case Management Society of America. Lauren is living in Portland and has a BSN from Oregon Health and Science University.
Lauren is currently working and has worked with many Fortune 500 companies and national carriers, holding positions from staff level nurse to the corporate level. She does home health, chronic disease management triage and corrections health. She’s part of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants.
Listen in as Pat Iyer and Lauren Danahy chat about these points
- What are the benefits of having a nurse involved in LNC case management
- Who besides insurance companies hires case managers
- What kind of background do you need to be a case manager
- Do all case managers have a nursing background and is a nursing degree required
- What does the case manager do to help patients or families
- What would be typically some of the issues that come up when you are a case manager
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Ms. Danahy has worked for Fortune 500 companies and national carriers holding positions from staff level nurse to C-Level. She is a mentor for new nurses as they transition into their professional roles.
Her special interests include risk management, catastrophic case management, workers’ compensation and public health. Ms. Danahy is a national public speaker and has been published in peer-reviewed journals.