Legacy Leaders
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Highlighting Current and Future Leaders

BY ANNE LLEWELLYN, MS, BHSA, RN-BC, CCM, CRRN 2021 will be an important year for the practice of case management. As the healthcare industry changes, so will case managers. When there is disruption—there is innovation. Case managers who have their finger on the pulse of the industry know when to pivot…

Association News
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CMSA Through the Seasons

A SNAPSHOT OF OUR 2021 ACTIVITIES WINTER 2021 Officers Call for Nominations—December 2020 Annual Conference Sessions Launched in ERL—January 2021 CMSA Award Nominations Due—Early February Case Load Calculator Survey Launched CMSA Foundation Awards: CMPI and CMR ICM Training Scholarship Margaret Leonard Public Policy Grant SPRING 2021 CMSA Officer Elections—March CMSA…

Opioid Crisis
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Legislation in Action Dealing with the Opioid Crisis

BY JENNY QUIGLEY-STICKNEY, RN, MSN, MHA, MA, CCM, ACM-RN, CPHM, THERESE M. QUINN, RN, BSN, CRRN, CCM, JD, LAURA CURTIN, RN, MSN, AND AMY CHARTIER, MSN, BA, RN-BC The CMSNE Public Policy Committee developed our 2020 poster entitled “Opioid Legislation in Action for Professional Case Managers” as a follow-up to our 2018-2019 poster, “Legislation…

Association News
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EXPANDING MEMBER VALUE WITH THE CMSA FOUNDATION

CMSA’s best kept secret is a member benefit that is often underutilized. It is time to spill the beans! Members often need support to further their professional growth or have a desire to actively advance the profession. The CMSA Foundation has several programs in place to support CMSA members in the areas…

President's Message
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Choices and Voices

BY MELANIE A. PRINCE, MSN, BSN, NE-BC, CCM, FAAN I welcome the year 2021 with a renewed focus on my personal and professional choices, and a re-commitment to finding my voice. Choice is typically defined as an act of selecting or making a decision when faced with two or more possibilities.…

Behavioral Health
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Teen Suicide: Heeding the Warning Signs Can Save a Life

BY JANET S. COULTER, MSN, MS, RN, CCM, AND MARYANN OTT, BSN, RN, CCM, CPC, CEAC INTRODUCTION Teen suicide is a serious public health problem that can have lasting harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. The rate of teen suicide has increased over the last decade. According to the Centers for…

Whole Person Advocacy
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Building Resiliency: The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Mental Health Exigency

BY ALAN BOARDMAN, LMSW, ACM-SW The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging our nation’s healthcare delivery system in unprecedented ways. Healthcare workers on the front lines compare the conditions to a war zone.1 The psychological burden of the pandemic affects all segments of our society. The intensity and duration of the COVID-19 emergency require…

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