Elizabeth Teet, DM MPA LBSW ABDA CHIC QIDP
Currently Elizabeth is an independent consultant specializing in geriatric care , TBI ,Autism, case management, and administration/operations. She has experience in government regulations, acute care, long term acute care, acute rehab, long term care, home healthcare, as well as hospital and home healthcare administration. She is currently employed as the OBRA Specialist for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, Developmental Disabilities Services, Area 1.
Elizabeth holds a Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership and Master of Public Administration from the University of Phoenix. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology from Southern Nazarene University. She has completed 34 hours towards a Masters of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration. Dr. Teet is Board Certified Senior Disability Analyst and Diplomate with the American Board of Disability Analysts. She is also a Qualified Intellectual Disability Professional. She is a member of the National Association of PASRR Professionals, American Society of Public Administrators, American Society on Aging, Case Management Society of America, Case Management Society of Oklahoma, National Transitions of Care Coalition, and Brain Injury Association.
Elizabeth has previously served as Chair of the Chapter Presidents Council of the Case Management Society of America and a member of the Board of Directors. She has served on the national CMSA Executive Committee, was Co-Facilitator/Moderator for the CMSA National Integrated Care Management Community of Practice, and chaired the national Membership Committee.
Elizabeth served both as President, executive committee, member of the Board of Director, and conference chair of both CMSA- Oklahoma and CMSA-Houston/Gulf Coast chapters. She was also a charter member of Case Management Society International, and Center for Case Management Accountability.
She has previously been a nominee for CMSA Case Manager of the Year Award, winner of the National CCM Professional Development Award, and has been named a Health Policy Fellow. She received the Quality of Life Award from the American Cancer Society. In 2012, she received the OKDHS/DDSD Best of the Best recognition.
Elizabeth is an author and speaker at both the local and national levels on case management, patient advocacy, care coordination, integrated healthcare, and OBRA regulations. She currently participates on the OAHCP faculty for the state approved training for long term care Social Services Directors. She also participates and provides education regarding PASRR and OBRA federal regulations for the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners for Long Term Care Administrators University faculty.