CMSA's Education Resource Library
Each course provides you with:
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS - From the Commission for Case Manager Certification and the California Board of Nursing.
KNOWLEDGE - Up-to-date best practices, innovative initiatives, program development tips, outcomes and personal career development information.
VALUE - Free case management related content and CEs for members, and for a minimal price for non-members.
CONVENIENCE - Access the sessions from your computer, so you can learn at your own pace at times most convenient for you.
2012 Health Information Technology Survey: How Technology Is Changing the Practice of Care Management - Part I CM Processes
Part I - CM Processes
Communications & Social Media Case Management Functions Transitions of Care & Readmissions Patient Engagement Strategies
Part II - Resources
Best Practices In Case Management Performance and Outcomes
"Winning" Presentations: The 2 inaugural winners of CMSA's Practice Improvement and Research Awards demonstrate innovation in the advancement of...
Case Management: Its Impact in an Accountable Care Organization
Does ACO - CM = PHO? Take this course to consider the CM's key outcomes, objectives, and opportunities to educate when involved with an ACO.
Health Care Reform's Common Denominator: Case Management
Health care reform is complex, but case managers can help simplify it for patients. Learn the barriers to and strategies for successful CM in this new environment.
Manage Those One Day Stays! The New Battle Cry of the Inpatient Case Manager
Be ready for RAC: Take this course to learn about the current issues being reviewed and CM's role in the Recovery Audit Contractor Program.
The Image & Value of Case Management Leadership
Want to shine a bright light on case management? Hear 5 CM experts define Case Management's true value to the healthcare industry in this leadership course.
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To assure the highest quality offerings, all courses are reviewed annually by CMSA's Education Committee to assure they are relevant, interesting, and appropriate for online learning. Occasionally some data or statistics seemed outdated, but they felt the overall presentation was clinically up-to-date, pertinent, and accurate.