Case management



noun

a course of action for a situation involving an individual and the implementation of such a program; specifially, the process by which all health-related matters of a case are managed by a health professional

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    an armored enclosure for guns in a warship. a vault or chamber, especially in a rampart, with embrasures for artillery. Historical Examples Lieutenant Fourchon pressed the hand of the doctor, and left the casemate with him. Stand By The Union Oliver Optic He had felt hungry in the casemate, and the pangs of hunger had […]

  • Cased

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  • Case-sensitive

    adjective distinguishing between upper-case and lower-case letters: users can now perform case-sensitive searches adjective pertaining to a different meaning or interpretation based on upper- and lower-cased letters Examples On most systems, the software controlling passwords is case-sensitive. Usage Note computing

  • Case sensitivity

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