Little Rock, AR
- Nashville's Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center is the site of the Case Management Society of America's (CMSA) 2004 Annual Conference & Expo, June 15-19, 2004.
With 2,000+ healthcare professionals from broad and diverse backgrounds expected to attend, Nashville 2004 incorporates the dynamic theme, "Passion, Power, Promise," reflecting the enthusiasm being generated throughout the case management industry.
Nashville 2004 offers the chance to earn valuable continuing-education credits with an exciting opportunity for case managers and allied healthcare professionals to participate in a high-caliber education program. Attendees will not only have the chance to gather important data and analyses, but will gain insight to help put healthcare events into perspective to significantly improve their practice.
Core clinical areas of case management and cutting-edge clinical issues will be highlighted at the conference, as experts in each specialty area present current research, technological advances, and clinical information. Attendees will gain exposure to diverse perceptions and will experience unique agendas sure to prove invaluable to a healthcare professional's practice and career. In addition, numerous companies will have the opportunity to exhibit in the CM Expo.
Continuing education credits are available in the following disciplines: CCMC, CDMS, CRCC, CPHQ, NASW/TX, and Nursing.
New this year is the one-of-a-kind Physician/Case Manager track, which has a goal of recognizing, facilitating, and improving teamwork between physicians and case managers. The track is approved for up to 3.75 CME Category I credits toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award.
Online Conference Registration is also new this year and is designed to help make registering for CMSA's Conference as easy and quick as possible for attendees. For complete program and registration information, log on to www.cmsa.org/conference
or call 501-225-2229, ext. 10.###