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Who's in your network?

It sounds like a cell phone advertisement, but for case management professionals managing many of the challenges of healthcare, a professional network is an indispensable tool. ACMA's Learning Link is a vast electronic network that connects members through an email list serve.

Members ask questions and share their experiences, tools, resources, successes and perspectives. When you have a question or challenge, over 2,500 case management professionals are only an email away.

Here's how Learning Link works:

  • New ACMA members are automatically subscribed to Learning Link.
  • Learning Link discussion email will arrive in your inbox daily.
  • Use this powerful network to share your success and resources by contributing to the discussion and providing your prospective.
  • Ask questions as they arise, and learn from this network of collaborative professionals.
  • All Learning Link users are required to abide by the Learning Link Rules
  • For tips on getting the most value from Learning Link and proper list serve etiquette, click here.

Submit a Posting Now

If you are a current ACMA member and wish to submit a question or post to the Learning Link community, simply email your post to Please ensure that your posting includes a subject line and your full contact information as stipulated in the Learning Link Rules.

How do I Subscribe to Learning Link?

If you are an ACMA member who has previously cancelled your subscription and would like to renew, please send your request to Once your ACMA Membership status has been confirmed, your email address will then be added to the Learning Link distribution list. Please ensure you read and understand the Learning Link Rules.

Please Note: The Learning Link system only recognizes postings from members subscribed to the list. If you are not an ACMA member, and you are interested in joining in order to gain access to valuable benefits such as Learning Link, click here.


Close the Medicare Observation Coverage Gap

Thanks to all of you who raised your voice to support the Improving Access to Medicare Coverage Act and our campaign to close the observation status coverage gap in Medicare. With your help more than 1,000 of your peers have signed the petition! But the work is not done. We need more. If you have signed the petition, we encourage you share this initiative with your colleagues. In addition, you can take further action and connect with your federal representatives. We've made it easy for you!
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Submit Your Proposal: 2019 Leadership and PA Conference

Do you have a unique solution, intervention or strategy to improve care management? What tips and best practices could you share with case management, care transitions and physician advisor/leaders to implement into their practice? Share your knowledge at the 2019 Leadership and Physician Advisor Conference, November 14–17, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami, Florida. The deadline is February 12. Submit Your Proposal >>>

Attend Engaging Sessions Based on Your Focus in Seattle

The 2019 ACMA National Case Management and Transitions of Care Conference, April 13–17, in Seattle will offer a remarkable opportunity to connect with fellow case managers, to learn and grow professionally and to network among a devoted community. The event will offer a complete professional development experience across a number of practice settings. Based on your area of focus, the program is organized via eight practice settings. Peruse all of the high-quality content that you have to choose from! Get early registration savings: Register by February 8 >>>

ACM Workshop: Register by February 6

Enhance your career with the ACM credential! Take advantage of an excellent opportunity to prepare for the exam. Registration for the two-part webinar series closes on Wednesday, February 6. The five-hour course, broken into two, 2 1/2 hour sessions, will begin at 10 a.m. EST/7 a.m. PST on both Saturday, February 9 and February 16. To learn more and/or register, click here. >>>

Are You on Board? Compass 2019 Launches in 3 Weeks

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 will be available February 1. 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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