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Collaborative Case Management

The Official Publication of the American Case Management Association.

Collaborative Case Management is a peer reviewed quarterly publication for Hospital/Health System Case Management. Articles focus on solutions to current issues - successful strategies, innovative interventions, effective tools - the education needed by Hospital Case Managers to enhance their practice.

The most current issue is available in the Member's Only section of this site, and certain articles are periodically made available to non-members.
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ACMA National Hospital Case Management Survey

Caseload data from 2007 National Hospital CM Survey

The flagship project of ACMA practice research in Hospital Case Management, the Survey is conducted through a biennial randomized study of over 400 hospital Case Management departments, and produces 95% confidence level data on over 75 elements of the practice. The data has been used in countless organizations around the country for benchmarking, resource justification and practice improvement. ACMA conducts and publishes extensive secondary research combining Survey data with sources, such as CMS-reported outcomes data.
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Compass

Compass

Compass is a comprehensive orientation program designed to provide training for new case management staff or serve as a refresher for existing staff. Developed by an interdisciplinary taskforce of case management leaders, Compass includes the following components: online training videos, online competency tests to validate comprehension of video modules and hard copy manual companion based on the modules that can be used as a reference or teaching aid if desired - learn more

Scope of Services & Standards of Practice for Hospital/Health System Case Management

In 2007, ACMA added to its previously developed Standards of Practice the newly developed Scope of Services for Hospital/Health System Case Management to create a comprehensive reference document. As hospital case management has evolved, the scope of responsibilities for most departments has increased, and case management has often come to be seen as capable of producing positive solutions and outcomes for a wide variety of hospital needs. This document is not intended to be a formula for Case Management; rather it is a guide when referencing our potential scope of practice.
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