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Disruptive Innovation

Disruptive Innovation

By Dr. Colleen Morley, DNP, RN, CCM, CMAC, CMCN, ACM-RN, FCM Disruptive Innovation: A Challenge to Case Managers Still riding the wave of excitement and regeneration from our first in-person CMSA Annual Conference in three years, I am excited to take the reins as...

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Words Have Power

Words Have Power

by Marianne DiMola Words have power, but does your resume? Most resumes rarely show the true accomplishments and contributions made. Who are the worst offenders? You! Sorry, but it's true. Case managers are great advocates for everyone else, but seldom for themselves....

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Are We Asking the Right Questions?

Are We Asking the Right Questions?

By Barbara Mackey-Zeigler, BSN, RN, CCM Reflecting on my experiences and with my own family, a couple of things come to mind: Are we asking the right questions? What are we missing when we talk with patients about their medications? What aren’t they telling us? I...

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Making the Most of Magical Moments

Making the Most of Magical Moments

By Michelle M. Crook, BSN, RN, CRRN, CCM, BCPA In a world that often seems to spin uncontrollably along with mounting responsibilities to consume our time, efforts and energy, magical moments can seem unrealistic and unattainable. However, they are there, waiting for...

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What CMSA Means to Me

What CMSA Means to Me

What CMSA Means to Me…and…What It Can Mean to You! by Melanie Prince, CMSA Past President This is my final BLOG as CMSA President and my submission is an occasion to look backward and forward as a leader and member of the Case Management Society of America. CMSA is...

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Work-Life Integration

Work-Life Integration

Work-Life Integration: How Employers Can Support Coworkers during the “Great Resignation” by Laureen Rodgers, CCM Picture this—a case manager is on the phone with one of their long-term clients. The case manager is acting in a role as their medical case manager,...

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Why Translation Services May Not Be Enough

Why Translation Services May Not Be Enough

By Morganne Skinner, RN, BSN If you’ve ever worked with a translator or translated yourself, you know first-hand that it takes longer to communicate, and depending on the language, it can be even longer than you may think or may have planned on timewise. We may assume...

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How to Manage Stress

How to Manage Stress

Vlog By Rajitha Bommakanti, BSN, RN-CCM Managing stress is an essential tool for all healthcare workers, especially after the last two years. Watch this video to learn whether stress is internal or external and how to start a simple mindfulness practice. Rajitha has...

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The Knee: An Amazing Joint

The Knee: An Amazing Joint

By Janet Coulter, MSN, MS, RN, CCM Have you ever stopped to think about how truly magnificent the knee is? As with most things, we sometimes take our knees for granted until they don’t work correctly or cause pain.  I know I had taken my knees for granted - until...

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Case Management in Disaster Response?

Case Management in Disaster Response?

By Melanie Prince, CMSA President As I look forward to the summer season of outdoor recreation, vacations, backyard barbeques, festivals, concerts, and of course, the Case Management Society of America’s Annual Conference, I am reminded of the joys of June, July and...

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