Archived Webinars

All of the below webinars are free to watch without CEs. You can earn CEs for most of the below webinars through the CMLearning Network.

ETHICAL ISSUES: Appreciating the Impact on Case Managers & Ways of Taking Care
Description: Ethics is a cornerstone of professional case management practice. Case managers often face complex and challenging situations that require them to make difficult decisions involving multiple stakeholders, including clients, families, health care providers, and insurance companies. In these…
Medically Assisted Dying in the United States: An anthropological perspective
Description: SPEAKER: Dr. Mara Buchbinder, PhD Professor of Social Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at UNC – Chapel Hill and UNC Center for Bioethics Dr. Buchbinder is a Professor of Social Medicine and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at UNC – Chapel Hill, as well as core faculty in the UNC…
How Can Social Connection and Community Impact the Health of Our Clients?
Description: SPEAKER: Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad, PhD Professor of psychology and neuroscience and director of the Social Connection & Health Lab at Brigham Young University​ Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad currently serves as a Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience while also directing the Social Connection…
Building Interprofessional Team Skills for Collaborative Practice
Description: SPEAKER: JOY DOLL, OTD, OTR/L In 2023, Joy Doll launched her own consulting firm to support organizations to bridge health care and social care, Hello Better Healthcare, LLC. She is Associate Professor and Program Director of Health Informatics at Creighton University. Prior to launching Hello…
What is the Future of Eldercare in the United States?
Description: SPEAKER: Dr. Joanne Lynn Dr. Joanne Lynn is a former geriatrician and hospice physician who is an expert in creating and advancing new models to expand long-term services and supports (LTSS) to a greater share of the aging population. Dr. Lynn was a Policy Analyst in the Program for Eldercare…
How Can Motivational Interviewing Help Clients With Health Behavior Challenges?
Description: Speaker: Andrew Kurtz, MA, LMFTClinical Specialist & Co-Director, Pacific Mental Health Awareness Training UCLA Health Andrew Kurtz is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been a Clinical Specialist with UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs since 2014 and is the Co‐Director for…
The Case Manager and Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration
Description: Speaker: Dr. Neftali Serrano Chief Executive Officer Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Dr. Neftali Serrano is the Chief Executive Officer at Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting integrated care as the standard of care…
Best Practice Transitional Care: Updates for Case Managers
Description: Speaker: Dr. Toni Cesta Dr. Toni Cesta, an RN by training, is a partner and health care consultant at Case Management Concepts, a consulting company that assists institutions in designing, implementing, and evaluating acute care and community case management models; educating case management…
Understanding Health Care Financing in 2022
Description: Speaker: Dr. Gilbert Gimm Dr. Gilbert Gimm is an Associate Professor in Health Administration & Policy at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He is a health economist by training with research focus areas in disability and aging, program evaluation, and health care payment reforms.…
Health equity: Access-to-care data helps us understand racial and ethnic disparities
Description: Speaker: Jesse Baumgartner, MPH Research Associate The Commonwealth Fund (Health Care Coverage and Access & Tracking Health System Performance Program) Title: Health equity: Access-to-care data helps us understand racial and ethnic disparities Featured Speaker Bio:  Jesse Baumgartner, MPH, is a…
Beyond the Benefits: Case Managers and Disability Management Specialists Sharing Resources to Optimize Care for Clients
Description: Speaker:  Lisa M. Scotton, MJ, RN, CCM, CDMS Lisa is a registered nurse and leave and time away benefits leader for a large technology company. Prior to her work in employee leave benefits, she brought her 22 years of clinical experience to health and disability insurance firms and third-party…
Burnout Care: Actionable Steps for Case Managers and Disability Management Specialists
Description: Speaker: Jordana Harshman, MPH, NBC-HWC Consultant and Coach Jordana Harshman has spent the last decade specializing in building organizational cultures that promote wellness by increasing compassion and reducing burnout. Through her service in healthcare, she advises clinical and non-clinical…
Healthy People 2030 and Population Health
Description: Speaker: Karen Harris Brewer is an independent consultant and founder of Health ConTexts. With a background in health communications research and health promotion, she is a forward-thinking innovator who identifies connections across disciplines to address emerging problems in public health. Karen…
COVID-19 and the Effect on the Workplace: Return-To-Work Strategies and COVID Long-Haulers
Description: Speakers: Charles Glassman, MD Associate Medical Director The Standard Insurance Company Daniel Jolivet, PhD Behavioral Health Director The Standard Insurance Company Featured Speakers' Bios: Charles Glassman is an associate medical director for The Standard. Dr. Glassman joined The Standard as a…
How to Build Your Well-Being to Thrive
Description: Speaker: Beth Cabrera, Ph.D. Author Founder, Cabrera Insights Featured speaker bio: Beth Cabrera is the author of Beyond Happy: Women, Work, and Well-Being. As a writer, researcher and speaker, she helps individuals achieve greater success and well-being. Her leadership development programs focus…
Back to work post-pandemic? New approaches in 2021
Description: Speaker: Michael Thompson President & CEO National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions Featured speaker bio: Michael Thompson is the President and CEO of the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions (National Alliance), an association of approximately 50 regional coalitions…
Technology in Case Management: Telehealth for at-risk populations
Description: Speaker: Casey Pierce, PhD University of Michigan, School of Information Assistant Professor Bio: Dr. Casey Pierce is an assistant professor at the University of Michigan School of Information (UMSI). Her research focuses on the changing nature of work as it relates to technology, policy and…
Preparing Clients and Case Managers for Virtual Visits: From HIPAA to Lighting Choices
Description: Speaker Jay Ostrowski, MA, LPC-S, NCC, ACS, BC-TMH Consultative Partner- TBHCOE.MATRC.org CEO, Behavioral Health Innovation CEO, Adaptive Telehealth Jay Ostrowski, MA, NCC, LPC-S, ACS, BC-TMH, helps mental health programs of all sizes develop regional and national online telemental health services…
Maintaining Emotional Connections through Virtual Encounters
Description: Speaker: Scott M. Krysztofiak, Psy.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist Potomac Center, Inc. Scott Krysztofiak is a licensed clinical psychologist who works at a group practice in Alexandria, VA. He holds a Master's degree in counseling psychology from Towson University, and completed his doctoral…
Creating Healthy & Equitable Communities: A New Social Compact For Health
Description: Description: The pandemic of 2020 forced our nation and the world to come to grips with the most serious infectious disease outbreak in a century. It also showed the holes in our social safety net and the impact of long-standing inequities as well as how racism/discrimination play in the fabric of…