JUNE 10-14, 2019   •  Las Vegas, NV
Navigating the Full Spectrum of Case Management • Mirage Convention Center

Continuing Education

MAXIMIZE YOUR CE HOURS AT CMSA 2019!

Earn a maximum of 35.25 CCM and Nursing CEs included with Full Conference Registration.  Our theme is  “Navigating the Full Spectrum of Case Management” and we have education for case managers who come from almost every practice setting!  Click below for our CE Recap which explains everything in detail. 

  • 35.25 CCMC, Nursing Hours for Pre-Conference, Concurrent, Keynote, Symposia sessions and Post Conference Sessions. CMSA is an approved provider through the CA Board of Nursing.
  • 22.00 Social Work Hours for concurrent and symposia. CMSA is an approved provider for Social Work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB). 
  • 12.00 Ethics Hours for CCMC, CDMS, and CRCC included with full conference registration. 
  • 35.25 CE hours CDMS and CPHQ
  • 32.25 CE hours for CRCC 

Click below on our CE Recap to find out more detailed information: 

Click here for the 2019 CE Recap

Want to earn even MORE CE’s?   Register for one of our 2-Day Pre-conference Workshops.  Please note additional fees apply for each workshop.

  • Integrated Case Management (ICM)
  • Certification 360 Workshop
  • Person-Centered Thinking Training

EXTRA BONUS!  With full conference registration you will receive Complimentary CMSA Membership for one-year.  This will allow you to access any of the CE sessions you missed at conference through our Educational Resource Library to earn EVEN MORE CES!

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES: 

Case managers are advocates, leaders, influencers, problem-solvers, educators and more. In every work setting and within healthcare in general, there is a common challenge; how to best meet our clients’ needs in an industry that is continually evolving. Conference concurrent and poster presentations will provide a variety of continuing education opportunities with a focus on helping you:

  • Discuss the development of case management programs specific to the hospital, long term care, population health, workers’ compensation, community health programs, patient centered medical homes or discipline specific case management fields. Discuss lessons learned and improved clinical, social and financial outcomes.
  • Discuss the building of successful collaborative care teams and what those changes mean across the continuum of care. Be sure to include how the care team works with the patient, family caregiver, community, professional and para-professional providers.
  • Discuss collaborative strategies, successful initiatives and best practices for demonstrating impact and improving outcomes in medical, social and behavioral health across the life span.
  • Define the leadership role needed for case managers regardless of discipline or practice setting to function effectively and efficiently in care coordination and advocacy efforts. Use specifics of how to empower case managers, colleagues and peers through the areas of education, practice, mentoring, preceptorship and experience.
  • Examine the path to case management and how case managers are educated, trained and certified to meet the complex needs of their patients.