Grow Your Career in Case Management

Are you an aspiring leader? Could you or your staff benefit from progressive topics in health care delivery system case management or transitions of care?

The American Case Management Association’s (ACMA) Advancement Forum offers a unique learning experience for current and prospective leaders in case management and transitions of care to advance within their field and further develop skills and competencies within this dynamic practice. With stops in five cities nationwide, this comprehensive professional advancement program will be accessible in a city near you.

The Advancement Forum is a three-part educational package designed to provide participants with education and training in core competencies and trends in case management.

  • Part 1: A one-day workshop in one of five cities focused on core competencies and necessary skills in the evolving practice of case management. Here attendees will learn best practices, receive access to tools and gain insight into the future of health care.
  • Part 2: A follow-up webinar with the faculty designed to help attendees implement techniques learned onsite. The webinar also provides attendees with an opportunity to ask questions post-workshop, explore real case scenarios and complete a challenge quiz.
  • Part 3: Hard copy take-home guides distributed to all participants to serve as a reference in daily practice.

Continuing Education:

8.4 Nursing (based on 50 minute hour)
7.0 Nursing (based on 60 minute hour)
7.0 Social Work
7.0 ACM ™
7.0 CCM

CE certificates will be awarded upon completion of the online conference evaluation. The evaluation must be completed within 90 days of the conference. CE credits can be applied toward ACM Certification renewal.

This course meets the qualifications for 7.0 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, LEPs, and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (CEP #4591). ACMA is also a provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider Number CEP #15413) for 8.4 contact hours (7.0 CE in 60 minute states). The ACMA is also a recognized CE provider for nursing and social work in multiple other states including, but not limited to, FL, MN, KY, and TX. Conference attendees are responsible for verifying requirements of the applicable licensing board in their state.