BEST IN CLASS CASE MANAGEMENT: YOUR GATEWAY TO CERTIFICATION AND BEST IN CLASS PRACTICE
ONE PACE PLAZA
NEW YORK CITY, NY 10038
IMPORTANT: YOU MUST BRING A PICTURE ID (EITHER YOUR LICENSE OR PASSPORT) TO SHOW TO SECURITY.
YOU MUST ENTER AT THE B-LEVEL ENTRANCE (THEATRE ENTRANCE).
July 22-23, 2013 | 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Best in Class Case Management Contining Education (CE) seminar is an authoritative learning experience that explores the scope of and opportunities for case management. It will energize your career, harness your intuitive vision, and reclaim your energy and passion, while offering you a career of uncompromising integrity.
This continuing education workshop, held in New York City, NY, will highlight the history of case management, divulge how to apply case management processes to actual cases, and name public and private health care systems with needs for case management. Participants in this continuing education class will also be able to identify several outcomes for case management intervention and future opportunities available for case managers.
All participants will receive a copy of The Case Manager'sHandbook, 4th edition (a $99.95 value), as well as instructional materials and a continental breakfast.
Course Completion Requirements and Awarding Certificate
This is a Gannett Education CE event. Participants who attend this two-day seminar in its entirety and complete the evaluation survey will earn:
* Registered Nurses: 14.0 contact hours
* Social Workers: 14.0 CE clock hours
* Case Managers: 14.0 CCM clock hours (CCM hours by Commission on Case Manager Certification will be available from Mullahy & Associates, LLC).
Course delivery format: workshop/seminar
Audience: Registered Nurses, Social Workers and Case Managers
Social Work Practice Levels: Entry, Intermediate or Advanced
Purpose: Explore the basic responsibilities of the case manager and current case management opportunities.
Summary of Objectives:
1. Identify three current trends in healthcare and case management.
2. Discuss the role and function of the case manager.
3. Identify the eight essential activities and six core components of case management.
4. Apply the case management process to actual cases.
5. Explain the role of communication and barriers of effective communication.
6. Name public and private health care systems and identify five insurance products.
7. Identify three legal issues for the case manager to be aware of.
8. Define ethics and recognize five ethical issues in case management.
9. Define cultural issues and identify cultural competency resources.
10. Identify three behavioral/psychosocial issues and one implementation strategy with primary care.
11. Identify three outcomes for case management intervention.
12. Identify two issues leading to polypharmacy.
13. Describe the implementation strategy when adding case management to an existing medical team.
Quotes from attendees:
"Totally awesome conference! An honor to learn from such distinguished experts in the field! Look forward to more conferences and greater learning!" - Melissa Neuman, RN - Pearl City, HI
"I am glad I attended the seminar. Well worth the expense." - Maria Luisa Raneses, RN, BSN, CCM, CRRN - Alexandria, VA
"Catherine and Jeanne were effective, engaging, and collegial. As a social worker, I am especially appreciative of the advocacy for all of us in case management to work as a team and draw on each other's skills and strengths." - Maria Hood, LCSW, ACSW, CCM - White Plains, NY
For additional information on the Best in Class Case Management seminar, view the video.
Early Bird (by July 1, 2013) : $474
Registration Fee: $499
Group (3+): call for details
For more details please call
Gannett Education: 1-800-866-0919