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Welcome to the South Carolina Chapter

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South Carolina Chapter (est. 2003)

Our chapter represents Case Management professionals who reside and/or work in the state of South Carolina.

Chapter Dues: NO chapter dues are required in addition to national dues for chapter membership.

By joining the South Carolina Chapter of the ACMA, you gain access to a collaborative network of individuals who are dedicated to the advancement of hospital/health system case management.

The SC chapter sponsors two key educational events annually, a spring and fall conference to discuss the many challenges and opportunities facing our state and hospital based case management. In addition to providing education, these events provide an excellent opportunity for networking with case management colleagues on various issues and topics.

2017 CHAPTER OF MERIT WINNER
"The South Carolina Chapter prides itself in a great working relationship with our ACMA chapter manager; regular meetings; constant communication; engagement and teamwork from the members, board and past ACMA South Carolina leaders. We attribute our success in achieving Chapter of Merit this year to the collaborative work of an engaged South Carolina chapter." Karla Lamb, South Carolina Chapter President

The Chapter of Excellence & Merit program defines outstanding chapter performance by outlining the standards of practice for optimal chapter operation. Chapters achieve these awards by demonstrating performance in the key areas of chapter operations and attaining specific growth and development benchmarks.

Annual Meeting

Continue to check the website for updates for our Annual Fall Conference.  Once the date and location are finalized, we will send out a Save the Date notification to membership.  Please alert us if you have had an email change.   

 

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ACMA Announcements

Close the Medicare Observation Coverage Gap

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March is National Professional Social Work Month

Every day, the nation's 680,000 social workers work to empower and elevate millions of people, including some of the most vulnerable in our society. Be sure to celebrate by acknowledging one another and taking pride in knowing that YOU make a big difference in the lives of patients and their families every day. Want to become an Accredited Case Manager (ACM) in Social Work? Read more here. Want to recognize a social worker or organization that has impacted you? Learn how here.

2019 ACMA National Conference: Seattle | April 13-17

Reserve your spot today for the leading case management event of the year in Seattle. Network with thousands of your peers and fellow case management and transitions of care professionals to exchange ideas, engage with innovation in the field, and discover new ideas and best practices. Secure your spot and your savings today! Register by March 19>>>

ACMA ANNOUNCES ACQUISITION AND MANAGEMENT OF CMAC

ACMA has acquired and is now managing the Case Management Administrator Certification (CMAC). Originally developed and launched by the Center for Case Management in 2000, the purpose of the CMAC certification is to measure the competence of case management administrators, managers, supervisors and leaders. Read more. >>>

ACMA Announces Transitions of Care Standards

ACMA and 15 collaborating organizations publish National Transitions of Care Standards and a Consensus Measures Crosswalk. ACMA announces the first multi-setting, interprofessional National Transitions of Care Standards endorsed by an Executive Steering Committee composed of representation from payer, provider, and other organizations. To learn more about how your organization can take the Transition of Care Standards self-assessment, click here. >>>

New Online Continuing Education in the CE Center

Have you checked out the CE Center in the members-only section online lately? We have four new continuing education opportunities available for you! New topics include: (1) Data-Driven Performance with Dashboards (2) CMS TWO-Midnight Rule: Developing and Sustaining a Team Approach to Accurate Admission Orders (3) Centralized Utilization Review (4) Reducing Readmissions: A New Approach to Transitional Care Planning. These free CEs are a key benefit of your ACMA membership. Log into the members-only section today to fulfill your CE requirements. Get New CEs >>>

Are You on Board? Compass 2019 has ARRIVED!

Creating a case management team that is consistent and confident with ever-changing regulations and practice standards can be a daunting goal. However, it can be done with annually updated online training. Currently in use at over 1,100 hospitals with more than 31,000 users, Compass courses are updated each year for case managers and physician advisors across multiple care settings. Streamline your onboarding and competency validation around regulations and national standards of practice today. Compass 2019 is now available. Watch a video to learn more and subscribe now. >>>

New Simulation Program for Value-Based Results

ACMA leads the practice by introducing Advanced Care Transitions Simulation (ACTS). This simulation program will transform orientation and professional development for your case management team. ACTS is focused on improving care transitions through assessment, communication, planning and collaboration. It leverages unique, team-based simulations of patient scenarios and enhances care coordination and critical thinking. Enhance case management and impact your system with ACTS. >>>

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