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2021 CMSNE Conference Summary and Objectives
Over the past decade, healthcare has emerged as one of the most important social and economic issues in our country. The COVID-19 Pandemic has accelerated some of these changes. Technology has driven innovative treatments and practices that affect both patient and providers. These technologies have ushered in new regulations, while also creating potential ethical dilemmas surrounding their use. Professional Case Managers need to advance their professional knowledge base to remain current and advocate for the best medically appropriate treatment options for the population they serve. The use of medical marijuana and other alternative
s methods of care have unknown implications that reach beyond the treatment to the patient’s family, work and living situations. Health care equity remains a challenge for many groups, with innovative programs being developed and implemented for diverse patient community. The complex health situations of the patients Case Managers serve requires a constant need for the advancement of their knowledge base regarding new emerging trends. This conference will identify several challenges and provide the tools to better advocate for those with whom you serve.
Upon completion of the conference the attendees will have the knowledge to be able to:
- Identify the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health
- Identify challenges faced by a diverse patient community when accessing health care services and describe several strategies that can be implemented to help achieve health equity for these populations
- Identify issues with the current scope of practice regarding the use of marijuana for treatment of medical conditions and the subsequent diverse impact of misuse
- Identify the impact the COVID-19 Pandemic has had on the delivery of healthcare.
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2021 CMSA State of the Industry
THE RESULTS ARE IN!
Please join me and the CMSNE chapter in congratulating Patricia Noonan MBA, RN, CCM on receiving the CMSA 2021 Case Manager of the Year Award. Watch official CMSA announcement and acceptance.
Pat is a strong advocate for CMSNE, CMSA and the Case Management profession. She is always available for advice or to pitch in where needed. She has been a great support to our organization, having served in many roles. Pat leads with kindness, grace and a truly generous spirit. Pat embodies what we should all strive for in our personal and professional lives. On behalf of CMSNE I would like to congratulate Pat Noonan as Case Manager of the Year 2021
Remarks from Nomination Letters:
Pat exhibits a commitment to Care Management and a desire to be on the forefront of the developments of our profession. As a leader she was a mentor to many, spreading knowledge of Transitional, Chronic, and Interdisciplinary Care Management as well as other programs and philosophies that have influenced our profession. Kenneth King, RN, BSN, CCM
I can say without hesitation that Pat was known for promoting the professionalism and value of care management within our performance network and throughout the entire organization. Training and education was one of the key methods Pat utilized to keep care managers abreast of current trends and the changing needs
of patients. Joanne Piper, MSN, RN, CCM
Pat’s knowledge of Case Management and her passion for the Profession is unparalleled and she has been a mentor to many Nurses. She has been an unwavering advocate for her patients and her peers and she is known as a professional that has the “right stuff” and is the “go to” individual when you need things done! J0se M. Santoro, MBA
Pat has always managed these challenges with a quiet calm and in a professional manner. Locally, she worked as the Director for the Lahey ACO one of the first pioneer ACO’s in Massachusetts, training, grooming and mentoring community-based case managers. Jenny Quigley-Stickney, RN, MSN, MHA, MA, CCM, ACM-RN
Ms. Noonan is an advocate, mentor and passionate leader. Jose Alejandro, PhD, RN-BC, NEA-BC, MBA, CCM, FACHE, FAAN
Douglas Cushman, RN, CCM
CMSNE President, 2019-21
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.
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. These offerings are Online webinars via YouTube Recordings.
NEW The Impact of Advanced Care Planning during the Pandemic (offers 1.25 RN and CCM, 1 SW credits) Sponsored by Hebrew SeniorLife and Honoring Choices Massachusetts. Available until 4/30/22.
NEW Clinical Guidelines to Managing Depression in Older Patients (offers 1.25 RN and CCM, 1 SW credits) Sponsored by Assisted Living Locators and Alosa Health. Available until 4/30/22.
NEW New models of accessing care for the Aging Adult Population - Panel (offers 1.25 RN and CCM, 1 SW credits) Sponsored by Interim Healthcare NH and Encompass Health. Available until 4/30/22.
Incorporating Health Related Social Needs Screenings into Primary Care Telehealth (offers 1.25 RN and CCM, 1 SW credits) Sponsored by Caregiver Homes. Available until 8/31/21.
IME Dissection (offers 1.25 RN and CCM credits) Sponsored by NHOC. Available until 8/31/21.
Joy, Passion & Purpose, The Secret to Health, Resilience and Longevity (offers 1.25 RN & CCM contact hours, 1 SW hour)
Helping Adults Start Seamless Planning Conversations from Simple to Serious Illness (offers 1.25 RN & CCM ethics contact hours, 1 SW hour) Conference sponsors for Building Strategies series Pfizer and Hebrew SeniorLife.
Long-Term Care, Short Term Rehab and Assisted Living: COVID-19 Pandemic (offers 1.25 RN and CCM credits) Sponsored by D'Youville Life and Wellness Community. Available until 11/30/21.
Anterior Hip Replacement - Why, When, Benefits (offers 1.25 RN and CCM credits) Sponsored by NHOC. Available until 8/31/21.
Your Cultural Competency Compass: Follow the Yellow Brick Road (offers 1.25 RN & CCM ethics contact hours, 1 SW hour) Continuing Education sponsor for Building Strategies series Spaulding Rehab Network and Partners Healthcare at Home
Leadership and Resilience: Supporting Ourselves and Each Other (offers 1.25 RN & CCM contact hours, 1 SW hour) Sponsored by Good Shepherd Community Care
FREE The NLC: The option to holding multiple state licenses (offers 1 RN contact hour)
Telehealth - ins and outs of how, when, why to perform these visits on orthopedic patients (offers 1.25 RN and CCM credits) Sponsored by NHOC. Available until 8/31/21.
Navigating Anxiety and Depression during this Pandemic (offers 1.25 RN, CCM and 1 SW credit) Sponsored by HomeCare Connect.
Case Management and Understanding of Physical Therapy and Proper Documentation (offers 1.25 RN & CCM credits) Sponsored by Coppola Physical Therapy