NCMNs Seventh Annual  Conference & Expo



Plenary Session Presentations

Plenary #1 - Realities, Legalities and Ethics of Caring for the Uninsured Patient: Three Experts Weigh In - Paul Caulford, Karen Kwan Anderson, Sally Bean
Plenary #2 - Consent and Capacity: What Case Managers Need to Know - Michael D. Newman, Louise Silverston
Plenary #3 - The Power of Credentialing: Why We Need to Understand It Now - Karine Georges, James Vigmond
Plenary #4 - How Integrated Case Management Helps Individuals With Complex Substance Use
- Janet Stevenson, Tom Henderson

Breakout Session Presentations
 
Session #1 - Caring for Family Caregivers
Session #2 - Toronto Central CCAC and Primary Care: Completing the Circle of Care Through Integration
Session #3 - Data Driven KPI - A System Built by Our Front Line Teams
Session #4 - How to Implement a Case Management Model and the Tools Used in the Model
Session #5 - Seamless Care Optimizing the Patient Experience: Supporting Complex Patients Through Physician Engagement
Session #6 - The Transformational Role of Case Management in Community Health Care
Session #7 - Delegation Tool Kits - Standardized Delegation too Unregulated Care Providers (UCPs)
Session #8 - Case Management for Frequent Users with Chronic Disease in Primary Care
Session #9 - Tango vs Tangled: How Case Managers and Lawyers Work Together to Improve Outcomes for Individuals with Compensable Personal Injuries
Session #10 - Silo Busters: Ready for Health Links: Removing Barriers and Coordinating Care for Complex Patients Together?
Session #11 - Patient Flow or Patient Care: Can We Achieve Balance Through the Case Management Approach to the RAPID Philosophy of Care?
Session #12 - Case Management Across Cultures: Working with Aboriginal Clients
Seesion #13 - Experiencing More Thank Just the Countryside: Offering ABI Services in Rural Communities

Case In Point  •  Case Management Society of America  • Longwoods  •  National Transitions of Care Coalition    Professional Case Management Journal 

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