Chikita Mann, MSN, RN, CCM
Chikita Mann is a Disability RN Case Manager Supervisor for GENEX Services, Inc. for the state of Georgia. Mrs. Mann is responsible for workers compensation, short and long term disability and legal nurse consulting. Mrs. Mann’s clinical background includes pediatric intensive care and cardiology, hematology and oncology and adolescent psychiatric care. Mrs. Mann is also a member of The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International and Georgia Nurses Association. For her current employer, Genex Services, she been very active with creating educational modules regarding medical issues that affect return to work. She is also very active as a corporate quality assurance reviewer with Genex. She is a regular contributor for worker compensation and cultural competence for Professional Case Management and CareManagement.
Chikita received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS and her Master of Science in Nursing with an emphasis in leadership in health care systems from Grand Canyon University. She has served in various roles with the Commission to include Item Writer and Form & Item Reviewer for the Commission for Case Manager Certification, Chair of Ethics and Professional Conduct Committee and a member of the Finance Committee. She is currently the Chair of the 2019 New World Symposium Taskforce.
“I firmly believe that case management is the avenue to ensure the utilization of competent and knowledgeable case managers, who understand and practice a holistic approach to patient care. The provision of safe, quality and equitable health care is ensured when a board-certified case manager is part of the multidisciplinary health care team. As an elected leader of the Board, I look forward to advancing the Commission’s mission and vision of case management, so it is always viewed and accepted as a vital component in improving the quality of the delivery of health care. As secretary of the Commission, I look forward to contributing my acquired knowledge and skills from previous roles I have served within the Commission and being an integral part of the Commission moving forward in being a leader in utilizing the Quadruple Aim in health care delivery.”