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ACMA Member Code of Conduct

CODE OF CONDUCT

By joining, each member of the American Case Management Association (ACMA) pledges and agrees to:

  1. Act honestly, truthfully, consistently and with integrity and free from outside influence in all professional and ACMA transactions and dealings.
  2. Be informed and adhere to the organization’s missions, services, policies, and programs, and to inform others about the Association.
  3. Adhere to ACMA guidelines and policies.
  4. Not attempt to represent any acts or statements in such a way as to lead others to believe that they officially represent The ACMA, unless duly authorized by The ACMA Board of Directors.
  5. Nominate and vote for the best qualified personnel available after considering experience, membership and characteristics of individuals demonstrating potential to serve the Association.
  6. Promptly report any possible conflicts of interest or other possible violations of the ACMA Member Code of Conduct by any member to the Association President or Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CEO and Association President will determine the appropriate course of action.

DISCIPLINARY ACTION POLICY

For information on ACMA's Disciplinary Action Policy please contact the National Office at 501-907-2262.

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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 COVID-19 Resource Center

ACMA is committed to keeping you informed about our actions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay up to date via the ACMA COVID-19 Resource Center where you will find helpful information, members-only resources and guidance for case management and transitions of care specific to this evolving situation. We encourage you to visit the resource center and to lean on ACMA as your trusted source during this time of uncertainty. Thank you for your work in your communities and for all you are doing to address this pandemic. Access ACMA COVID-19 Resource Center >>>

ACMA Announces New Crisis Management Guide - PiVoT™

ACMA has just released a new comprehensive crisis response tool designed specifically for care management and transitions of care. The PiVoT™ Crisis Management Guide identifies key strategies and provides step-by-step guidance in the areas of communication, staffing, system involvement, discharge planning, patient advocacy and staff resilience. Member discounts are available. Learn More >>>

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 >>>

ACMA Podcast - "Care Transitions Today" Starts Season 2 on March 16

ACMA's podcast dedicated to case management and transitions of care professionals begins 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 National Office Has Moved

The home address of the ACMA National Office has changed. Our new physical address is 40 Rahling Circle, Little Rock, AR 72223. All phone and email contact information remain the same. Read the announcement >>>

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 May 15 in order to test in July-September 2021. ACM >>> CMAC >>>

American Case Management Association
40 Rahling Circle
Little Rock, AR 72223
Phone: 501-907-ACMA (2262)
Fax: 501-227-4247