Case managers manage the collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual's health needs.
CMSA, founded in 1990, is the professional organization dedicated to the support and development of the profession of case management through educational forums, networking opportunities and legislative involvement.
If you are a patient who may need the services of a case manager and wish to know more about available case management services, please contact CMSA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week long celebration falls in the second full week of October each year. The recognition program serves to recognize case managers to educate the public about case management, and to increase recognition of the significant contributions case managers provide to increase quality healthcare. [more...]
This weeklong celebration serves to recognize case managers, to educate the public and to increase recognition of case management contributions. Find out how you can celebrate.
Case Management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual's health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality cost-effective outcomes.
The last concern most individuals have when they or their loved ones are dealing with a health situation is ensuring effective communication between their doctors, nurses, social workers and other health care providers. However, it is poor communication between well-intentioned professionals and an expectation that patients themselves will remember and relate critical information that can lead to dangerous and even life-threatening situations.
The National Transition of Care Coalition (NTOCC) believes that patients are at the center of care and can play an active role in improving communications and use tools to ensure effective transitions. We have brought together industry leaders who have created resources to help you better understand transitional challenges and empower you as part of the care giving team.
Access the NTOCC Consumer Tools
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