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Advanced Simulation for Value-Based Results

Develop Your Team, Transform Your Outcomes.

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.

The results? They are transformative!

Key Benefits

Improve individual and team communication, planning and collaboration.
Develop new case managers’ solid case assessment and care transitions skills.
Support preceptors and challenge experienced case managers.
Improve communication and relationships with post-acute partners—such as Home Health and Skilled Nursing—as well as ambulatory, disease management and others.
Identify gaps and opportunities in post-acute transitions.
Demonstrate opportunities to connect the dots across the care continuum with longitudinal care plans.
Advance from an episodic focus to an enterprise, longitudinal case management view.

Enhance case management and impact your system. Contact us today!

How It Works

Designed for both new and experienced case managers, you can experience live scenarios with patient assessments in both acute and post-acute care settings, collaborate in teams and submit findings for evaluation and feedback. In addition to direct participant feedback by onsite facilitators, we will provide individual and aggregate analysis to your organization for follow-up opportunities.

ACTS uniquely blends an online educator and trainee platform with multiple delivery method options, including simulation and video format, to fit your case management and transitions of care services.

American Case Management Association
11701 W. 36th St.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72211
Phone: 501-907-ACMA (2262)
Fax: 501-227-4247