caseload


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caseload

the number of cases constituting the work of a doctor, solicitor, social worker, etc. over a specified period
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Texas "has an insufficient number of caseworkers, forcing caseworkers to carry over double the caseload limits under recognized standards, putting children at risk," the advocacy group wrote on its website, adding that many foster children "languish in care without permanent homes.
We do have a caseload monitoring tool, the allocation tool that I use, which feeds into the Benson dependency tool to help feedback into that.
The trouble arises for several reasons in addition to sheer volume, but the Legislature is looking at a single solution, and it's a heavy-handed one: House Bill 3300 would get primary care physicians to increase their Medicaid caseloads by using another set of patients as both carrot and stick.
King, who has spent almost 20 years working in Worcester, has publicly spoken out about unprecedented caseloads at the agency since the Oliver case.
Outbreaks in elementary, middle school and high school have been reported in counties throughout the state, with the highest caseloads in Sonoma, Napa and Marin counties.
While clinicians are very aware of what individual clients are doing, they often don't have a sense of what their whole caseload looks like in terms of gender, ethnicity, work and accommodation profiles, and outcome scores.
Boss Louise Casey said the caseload of her troubled families programme was up from 120,000 to 500,000 households who are "off the barometer in the number of problems they have".
Parker Thomson estimated his firm put in about 3,400 hours on the cases over the past five years, and had represented the PDs on the same caseload issues three decades ago.
So, on what does the ideal adjuster caseload depend?
Social workers have left to go to other authorities where caseloads are protected and overtime is paid for cases worked above the allocated caseload level.
The deal is the latest expansion for Neil Hudgell Solicitors, which in recent months has purchased personal injury files from North Yorkshirebased Williamson Hill and the personal injury and clinical negligence caseload from former Peterboroughbased Carters Solicitors.
Cardiff staff felt the high caseloads, lack of supervision and training, and "hostility" between teams lead to "dangerous practice" and fears "about having a child death on their caseload".