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manager

1. Law a person appointed by a court to carry on a business during receivership
2. Politics (in Britain) a member of either House of Parliament appointed to arrange a matter in which both Houses are concerned
3. a computer program that organizes a resource, such as a set of files or a database

manager

a person exercising responsibility for the coordination and control of work organizations. Managers are commonly divided into three strata: senior, middle and front-line, indicating a wide social and economic disparity within the category The top echelons of managers include highly paid executives of multinational corporations, whilst the lowest include foremen who may earn little more than the manual workers they work beside and supervise. In recent debates, the main issue has concerned the class location of managers (Abercombie and Urry, 1983) which can be viewed as a continuation and extension of the older MANAGERIAL REVOLUTION debate. See also INTELLECTUAL LABOUR, CONTRADICTORY CLASS LOCATIONS.
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Each case manager was provided with an envelope so that his or her survey responses could be mailed directly to us.
Case managers must identify participants and define their role within the major case team.
One of the important things for the mental health counselor to remember is the case manager is not the enemy.
The case manager should review section "I" (disease diagnoses) of the MDS to make sure the appropriate diagnosis is documented there.
If the case manager tells him his paperwork will be completed by the end of the week, the inmate will be at the case manager's door on Friday to check on his transfer.
Ms Cohen is a Nurse Case Manager, TeleBehavioral Health and Surge Support Clinic, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu, HI.
Data on perceived stigma, working alliance, and consumer's case manager were collected in the interviews.
The GCC case manager maintained communication with the health district staff as well as staff in emergency tents and crisis resource centers.
The 22 percent cut in case managers will leave 350 case managers to serve a caseload of about 10,000 clients, Ms.
Participants responded to questions about their views of whether discussing disclosure falls within their role as a case manager and the resources available to them for disclosure assistance.
Clients' narratives emphasized the personal qualities of the case manager and the nature of the client-case manager relationship.
The nonprofit group -- run by executive director Debbie Quick and case manager Erin Kranz -- helps clients find jobs and housing, helps further education for moms and kids, provides counseling, offers referrals for legal counsel and services, provides short-term financial aid for clients' rents and utilities, furnishes clothing and runs a clients-only food bank.

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