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Upcoming Presentations and Webinars:
Case Management Excellence: Reframing What Defines Practice Excellence
  • Maine Medical Center Care Management Department Training-Portland, ME. May 22, 2018 (1.5 CCM Ethics CEs)

Case Management Ethics 2018: Where Should Your Ethical Compass Point? 
  • Maine Medical Center Care Management Department Training-Portland, ME. May 22, 2018 (2 CCM Ethics CEs)
  • CMSA of Wilmington-Wilmington, DE. September 12, 2018 (2 CCM Ethics CEs)
  • CMSA of Plymouth Meeting-Plymouth Meeting, PA. September 13, 2018 (2 CCM Ethics CEs)

Wholistic Case Management©: The Answer to Value-Based Care (with Hussein M. Tahan) 
  • Hampton Roads Case Management Society of America, Annual Conference-October 13, 2018

Managing Bullying in Health Care: Tactical and Ethical Guidance for Professional Case Management
  • CMSA of Kansas City-Keynote, May 9, 2018 (1 CCM Ethics CE)

Mastering the Social Determinants of Health: Comprehensive Case Management​
  • CMSA of Central Virginia, Libra Hospital Richmond, Richmond, VA-May 16, 2018 (1.5.Ethics CEs) 

Professional Resilience Meets the Quadruple Aim: Professional Mandate, Ethical Imperative
  • Vesta, Lanham, MD-Agency Training, May 14, 2018 (3.0 SW CEs)

Workplace Bullying and Violence: Tactical and Ethical Guidance for Social Work Field Education
  • VCU School of Social Work Field Instruction Luncheon, May 16, 2018 (2 SW Ethics CEs pending)

Clinical & Advanced Clinical Supervision Trainings for NASW of Virginia
  • Mastering the Ethical Divide of Digital Technology and Clinical Supervision BRAND NEW!
              Northern VA-June 8, 2018, site TBA
  • Independent Clinical Supervision and Vicarious Liability
              Richmond-May 11, 2018, Richmond, VA
              November 2, 2018, site TBA
  • Match Point: Overcoming the Games Played in Supervision
              November 3, 2018, site TBA
  • Multicultural Supervision
              Richmond-May 12, 2018, Richmond, VA
  • Advancing Group Supervision
              Northern VA-June 9, 2017, site TBA
        For registration and other offerings visit ​NASWVA

Upcoming Publications (2018):
Managing Social Determinants of Health: Part 1, Fundamental Knowledge for Professional Case Management, 23(3) Professional Case Management 
Workforce Trauma: An Evolving Concern for Case Management, April/May 2018, 24(2) The Care Management Journal 
Managing Social Determinants of Health: Part 2, Leveraging Assessment Toward Comprehensive Case Management, 23(5) Professional Case Management Coming Fall 2018
The New Age of Bullying and Violence in Health Care, Part 4: Managing a Workplace Culture of Bullying, 23 (6) Professional Case Management Coming Winter 2018

Book Chapters and Education Modules:
  • Ethical Use of Case Management Technology, Chapter 19, CMSA Core Curriculum for Case Management, 3rd ed. by Hussein Tahan and Teresa Treiger, Wolters Kluwer Health: available at Amazon.com
  • Case and Population Health Management (with Teresa Treiger).Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th ed. by Diane Huber, Elsevier: Available on Amazon

Books:
COLLABORATE® For Professional Case Management: A Universal Competency-Based Paradigm, co-authored with Teresa Treiger, published by Wolters Kluwer 
Purchase your copy from Wolters Kluwer directly at www.lww.com 
Purchase your digital or hard copy from Amazon or where quality texts are sold


Scheduling for 2019

COLLABORATE is the professional case manager's guide to the implementation of a competency-based practice - an approach vital to high quality and cost-effective patient care. This practical book identifies and defines the categories of competence that drive positive outcomes for the patient, organization, and - most importantly - for the case manager.

The book is presented in four sections that 
(1) provide the rationale for a competency-based approach; 
(2) identify and describe eleven competencies, one for each letter of COLLABORATE; 
(3) review how the competencies benefit the case manager and organization; and 
(4) considers the future of case management practice.

Not only is COLLABORATE an indispensable resource for the case management professional who aims to improve his/her level of practice excellence, but it also empowers anyone tasked with improving a patient's health care experience and quality of life. It provides the tools necessary to transform practice from task orientation to one that drives positive outcomes.
Ready for the Case Managers Cruise 2019? 
Book NOW: March 16-23, 2019
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