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Whether your case managers are just beginning their case management career or have served for years in the profession, ACMA membership can help them grow in their career, and help your organization reach its goals for excellence.

With an ACMA Organizational Membership, your case managers will have access to:

  • An online library of CE opportunities – They can earn CE credits at their convenience, included in the cost of membership.
  • Timely news on health care topics impacting the case management profession
  • National advocacy participation
  • Community forums discussing and resolving challenges and obstacles commonly encountered in the health care setting
  • Networking opportunities
  • Resources for professional growth
  • Exclusive discounts on travel and products and services in your local region
  • . . . and much more

Engage ACMA's Suite of Services to
meet your organization's goals

  • Let us support your magnet journey
  • Establish and validate competency
  • Become the gold standard for case management in your market



Contact us today

Discover today how ACMA can help your organization reach its goals.

Aaron Van Son
avanson@acmaweb.org
501-500-6825

Announcements

Case Management Physician Certification (CMPC)

The Association of Physician Leadership (APLCM), in conjunction with the American Case Management Association (ACMA), announces the creation of the Care Management Physician Certification (CMPC). Designed specifically for physician advisors and leaders in health delivery system care management, the CMPC addresses a growing need to educate and credential physicians working within care management. Learn about CMPC >>>

2022 Call for Presentations - Deadline Monday, August 2

ACMA is now accepting presentation proposals for all 2022 conferences, including both chapter and national conferences. Presentations must be submitted by Monday, August 2, 2021. Submit Your Presentation Now >>>

ACMA Announces Promotion of Marlene Bober to Senior Vice President

The American Case Management Association is pleased to announce the appointment of Marlene Bober, MHA, ACM-RN to Senior Vice President. Bober joined ACMA as Vice President of Practice Development in January of last year, leading ACMA’s certification services, oversight of the Association of Physician Leadership in Care Management (APLCM), the Transitions of Care Standards of Practice and served as a clinical resource for content development. At the onset of the pandemic, Ms. Bober was instrumental in developing vital resources and tools for case management professionals to help educate practitioners in the areas of legislative updates, COVID-19 protocols, emergency preparedness and self-care. Read More >>>

ACMA Podcast - "Care Transitions Today" Season 2

ACMA's podcast dedicated to case management and transitions of care professionals began its second season on March 16, 2021. Care Transitions Today brings together thought leaders from around the country for frank, meaningful conversations about contemporary issues facing case managers. Season one is currently available on all major podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe to get the latest episodes from season two. Learn more about Care Transitions Today.>>>

ACMA Elects Three New National Board Members

ACMA is proud to announce the election of three new members to our National Board of Directors. Join us in welcoming Matthew Chappell, LCSW, ACM-SW, Jay Larrosa, MSN, PHN, RN-BC, ACM-RN and Jacqueline Moore, MSW, LCSW-C, RN, ACM-SW. Thank you to each of the candidates who were willing to run for election. ACMA continues to be fortunate in having many qualified professionals who can and are willing to volunteer their leadership expertise. Read the Full Press Release >>>

Validate Your Expertise Through Professional Certification

The Accredited Case Manager (ACM) Certification is for health care delivery system case management professionals and tests core case management knowledge that is shared by nurse and social work case managers. Case Management Administrator Certification (CMAC) validates the competency of case management administrators, managers and aspiring leaders and promotes professional practice standards. If you are not yet certified, we encourage you to apply and enhance your professional practice by putting a credential after your name. The application deadline is August 15 in order to test in October-December 2021. ACM >>> CMAC >>>

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