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CMSNE 22nd Annual Building Strategies Conference
Life’s Stepping Stones - Resilience, Culture, Honoring Life Choices, Happiness
4 Part Webinar series
Thursday March 4, 11, 18 & 25, 2021 - 6 PM
Learn more about the conference series here. 

 

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Support the CMSNE Annual Scholarship Raffles

CMSNE Annual Scholarship raffles have gone virtual.  Help support the Scholarship Treasury by purchasing tickets for our 2 raffle opportunities.   Scholarship Raffle and Quilt Raffle.   Learn more about these raffles by clicking here, you will also be able to purchase tickets online from there.   


Congratulations to CMSNE Public Policy Committee

Jenny Quigley-Stickney, RN, MSN, MHA, MA, CCM, ACM-RN, CPHM, Therese Quinn, RN, BSN, CRRN, CCM, JD, Laura Curtin, RN, MSN, AND Amy Chartier, MSN, BA, RN-BC, all members for the CMSNE Public Policy Committee, were recently published in the CMSA Today, Issue 1 edition, for the article, Legislation in Action Dealing with the Opioid Crisis.   To view the article click here.

CMSNE Webinar On Demand Offerings now Available

CMSNE is now pleased to offer an on-demand library of pre-recorded continuing education offerings - please note these were prior offerings duplicate credits cannot be awarded. Register by clicking on session link below. Cost is $10 per offering.

Please join me and the CMSNE chapter in congratulating Teri Treiger RN-BC, MA, CHCQM-CM, FABQAURP, CCM, on receiving the CMSA 2020 Case Manager of the Year Award.  Watch official CMSA announcement and acceptance.

Teri has been involved with CMSNE for over two decades. She has been instrumental in forming the organization and has stayed active in shaping it over the decades. We are so fortunate to have Teri supporting us.

As I said in my nomination letter:

“Teri is a prolific author, speaker and educator, generously sharing her knowledge and expertise with CM professionals and policy-makers. Her years of service at the local and national levels has undoubtedly had immense impact on the trajectory of our profession.

Teri remains an active member of CMSNE and generously mentors new leaders in our organization. Her experience as past president of CMSNE and CMSA, as well as the numerous industry positions and appointments she has held, provides invaluable insight that helps make our organizations successful. In todays’ terms Teri is an “influencer”.

A quick web search of “leadership qualities” returns thousands of results, however, there is one quality that is common to most of these lists, and that is “humility”.  Teri is the true model of humility. Her generosity of spirit and unselfish service to our industry are admirable and qualities we should all aspire to achieve."

This is an award truly deserved and long overdue.   Congratulations Teri!!!

Sincerely,
Douglas Cushman, RN, CCM
CMSNE President, 2019-21