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Media Room/Press Center Information

Working Journalists are welcome to attend the 2020 American Case Management Association National Conference taking place April 6-8 at McCormick Place in Chicago. ACMA leaders and members consist of nurses, physicians, social workers and hospital administrators who are on the front lines of case management, Medicaid and Medicare regulation, payer and provider relations, transitions of care, health care reform, the silver tsunami and many of the important issues impacting health care in America.

Over 1,700 case management professionals will attend 50 educational sessions from experts in the field of care management, transitions of care, long term and skilled care, pediatrics, primary care, rehabilitation, acute care, ambulatory care, home health, hospice, hospital administration and revenue management. Additionally, more than 175 exhibitors will be presenting the latest products and services related to health care management and administration. 

 

Location: Lakeside Center - McCormick Place

 

Press Room Attendee Policies

Media badge holders are entitled free admission to:

  • Press Room
  • Exhibit Floor
  • Breakout Sessions
  • Keynote Sessions

**Ticketed events are not included. Press attendance at ticketed events — those that require pre-registration and/or a fee to attend, such as receptions or meals — is at the discretion of the ACMA staff.

 

Interview Requests

Please send requests for interviews of presenters, subject matter experts, exhibitors or attendees to Jon Vickers, Communication Manager, jvickers@acmaweb.org

View the complete list of sessions and speakers.

 

Photography/Recording

Still and video camera use during any individual National Conference session is prohibited. However, registered journalists may take photographs or video interviews of presenters before or after their session provided that the presenters have agreed and given explicit consent. These images may be utilized as part of a news article. 

Still and video camera use is allowed in hallways and the exhibit hall area. ACMA staff escort is required for video and still camera use at all times. 

 

Social Media

ACMA encourages all attendees to share their ACMA National Conference experience on social media using #ACMAnational

 

Press Room Hours

April 6-8
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Room E254 (located on level 2, near the general session room) 

For questions email jvickers@acmaweb.org

 

ACMA Media Credentialing

The advance registration deadline is one week prior to the annual conference. After this date, media representatives will need to register on site at the ACMA Press Room.

Register Here

Pick up your media badge at the ACMA Press Room E254. Press credentials will be verified on-site.

Contact Jon Vickers, Communications Manager at (501) 907-2262 or jvickers@acmaweb.org for additional information.

 

Who can receive complimentary press registration to ACMA conferences?

Complimentary registration is available to credentialed journalists (i.e., professional reporters, editors, writers, news photographers, producers and online editors) who work for a publication, news service, broadcast outlet or news site that is regularly issued and published primarily for the dissemination of news, and operates independently from any commercial, political, government or special interest. 

 

How can bloggers register?

Blogger registration is handled by ACMA's Marketing and Communication Team. Bloggers seeking press credentials must be working journalists or be affiliated in an editorial capacity with a qualified news outlet as described above. As a rule, bloggers must also have been writing weekly or monthly posts for at least six months. Consideration will be given to student bloggers who are enrolled full-time in graduate business, journalism or health care, or who can demonstrate involvement in producing editorial content for collegiate publications, broadcast outlets, or news internet sites.