Engage, empower, enhance, enable: Tools for measuring quality in case management
Held on May 19, 2015
Speaker: Cheri Lattimer, RN, BSN Executive Director, CMSA and NTOCC and CEO and President Consulting Management Innovators
Once upon a time, payers and clinicians often worked at cross purposes. But as delivery and reimbursement models have gradually changed, so has that dynamic. What’s emerging is a collaborative model of patient-centered, accountable care working toward creating a system that offers better care, better population health and lower costs.
In recognition of National Nurses Week, we would like to thank you, our Board-Certified Case Manager (CCM®) nurses, for your ongoing commitment to case management.
Join the Commission in celebrating and thanking a nurse today!
March 31, 2015 2:00 - 3:00 PM ET
Learning Objectives: After the webinar, participants will be able to:
The Commission for Case Manager Certification’s newly revised Code of Professional Conduct for Case Managers provides ethical guidelines and principles, leaving the day-to-day practice decisions to the wisdom, insight and good judgment of each individual case manager. We want these professionals to ask questions, to think about the implications, ramifications and consequences of actions in the context of established principles. The Code outlines the case manager’s responsibility, but it doesn’t specify how they are to fulfill that responsibility.
Integrated care involves a whole-person, patient-centered approach that engages patients in the full range of physical, psychological and social aspects of care. That does not describe the status quo: Behavioral and physical health operate in their own silos, to the detriment of patients, the health care system and society.
Foundational principles: Newly revised Code of Professional Conduct provides a framework for ethical, high-quality care
After months of review, research and work, the Commission for Case Manager Certification® has released its revised Code of Professional Conduct for Case Managers.
Building paths, demolishing walls: The challenge and necessity of integrating behavioral health and primary care
Integrated care involves a whole-person, patient-centered approach that engages patients in the full range of physical, psychological and social aspects of care.
After months of review, research and work, the Commission for Case Manager Certification® has released its revised Code of Professional Conduct for Case Managers. Developed by professionals for professional case managers, it provides ethical guidelines and principles. It’s neither a roadmap nor a rule book: That’s because professional case management requires wisdom, judgment and critical thinking.
Enduring principles: Commission for Case Manager Certification releases updated Code of Professional Conduct
Above all, CCMs protect the public interest and advocate for the client