JUNE 28 - JULY 2, 2020  
30 years of Care Transitions Across the Full Continuum

Continuing Education

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Earn Nursing, CCMC, CDMS, CRCC, CPHQ, Social Work, and Ethics CE’s!


  • CCMC: Commission for Case manager Certification for up to 72 hours
  • CDMS: Certification of Disability Management Specialist up to 72 hours
  • CRCC: Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification for up to 68 hours
  • CPHQ:  National Association for Healthcare Quality for up to 67 hours
  • Nursing:  Case Management Society of America (CMSA) is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing #11460, for up to 69 Contact Hours**
    Please inform yourself on your states licensing requirements as all jurisdictions have their own criteria
  • ASWB: CMSA Provider #1448 is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) www.aswb.org, through the Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program.  ASWB approval period 10/31/17-10/31/20.  Social workers should contact their regulatory board to determine course approval. The Social worker participating in this conference can receive up to 36 continuing education clock hours. ***
  • Ethics CE’s: 23 hours CCMC, CRCC and CDMS pending approval. 
  • Don’t forget that the CMSA Education Library has 160 courses available for on demand use. 
  • Did you know that CMSA has an official magazine?  CMSA Today
  • Did you know that CMSA has an official journal? Professional Case Management

*CMSA will seek approval from the accrediting bodies above. All CE’s are subject to change based on approval.*
** Please inform yourself on your states licensing requirements as all jurisdictions have their own criteria
*** Continuing education requirements vary from one jurisdiction to another; some boards require only a specific number of hours, while others mandate continuing education in social work ethics, substance abuse, or domestic violence. Each jurisdiction has final approval on any continuing education course from any source on any subject. It is your responsibility as a regulated social work professional to contact your board and verify that your continuing education plans meet your board’s requirements.

 

MAXIMIZE YOUR CE HOURS AT CMSA 2020!

Our theme is “30 years of Care Transitions Across the Full Continuum” and we have education for case managers who come from almost every practice setting including; Nursing, CCMC, Social Work, Ethics, CDMS, CPHQ, and CRCC!

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CONFERENCE OVERVIEW: 

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 patients needs in an industry that is continually evolving. Legislative and regulatory changes trickle down and lead to more change at the case manager level. Initiatives to improve our practice, reinforce our value and protect our profession will ultimately lead to increased recognition that case management is the true health care reform.

Case Management is a complex career choice and certainly not a path to be taken lightly. But like most processes, time and effort produce amazing results. In support of case managers, CMSA continues to forge the future for this rapidly expanding healthcare profession. Conference presentations and poster sessions are designed to spark conversations and innovations, provide strategies and solutions, along with practical tools and successful initiatives for professional case managers and case management systems.

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Discuss the development of case management programs specific to the hospital, long term care, population health, workers’ compensation, managed care, community health programs, patient centered medical homes or discipline specific case management fields, i.e. pediatrics, mental health.  Discuss lessons learned and improved clinical, social and financial outcomes.
  2. Discuss collaborative strategies, successful initiatives and best practices for demonstrating impact and improving outcomes in medical, social and behavioral health across the life span.
  3. Discuss collaborative strategies, successful initiatives and best practices for demonstrating impact and improving outcomes in medical, social and behavioral health across the life span.
  4. 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.
  5. Examine the path to case management.  How are case managers educated, trained and certified to meet the complex needs of their patients.

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