NATIONAL CONFERENCE

April 19-22, 2024 | Nashville, TN

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION

The ACMA 2024 National Conference will offer continuing education (CE/CME credits) and learning for physicians, social workers and nurses with sessions featuring the following practice care settings:

  • Acute Care 
  • Ambulatory
  • Behavioral Health
  • Case Management
  • Ethics
  • Health Plan
  • Home Care/Hospice/In-Home 
  • Leadership
  • Maternal/Child
  • Pediatric Care
  • Physician Advisor
  • Post-Acute Care
  • Professional Development
  • Psychosocial 
  • Regulations
  • Transitions of Care
  • Utilization Management/Review
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    Conference Objectives:

  1. Identify strategies to engage physicians, case managers, transitions of care partners, managed care providers and interdisciplinary team members to effect health care change. 
  2. Recognize opportunities and apply innovative approaches to coordinate patient-centered sustainable longitudinal care.
  3. Demonstrate cultural awareness, advocate, and evaluate the impact of social determinant inequities.
  4. Implement approaches to promote patient engagement and self-management within multiple settings. 
  5. Recognize common barriers and apply strategies to manage complex relationships between health care stakeholders, patients, families, community partners, managed care, and providers.
  6. Apply best practices, standards, and tools to consistently validate appropriate utilization, necessity, level, and quality of care.

EARN UP TO THE FOLLOWING CE/CME HOURS

We anticipate that you may earn up to the following continuing education (CE/CME hours) for Pre-Conference and Main Conference. Please note: the total number of credits available varies depending on the discipline.

In-Person:

  • 13.5 | Nursing and Social Work Contact Hours (50 or 60-minute hour)
  • 13.5 | ACM, CMAC and CCM Recertification Credits
  • 13.5 | CME - AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

CCM: Through a collaborative agreement with the Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC), ACMA educational activities and the corresponding credits are acceptable for CCM renewal.

Updates will be made here as they are received. 

NURSING CONTINUING EDUCATION

ACMA is an approved continuing education provider through the following boards.

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #CEP 17441)
  • Florida Board of Nursing (Provider #50-3523)
  • District of Columbia Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #50-3523)
  • Georgia Board of Nursing (Provider #50-3523)

SOCIAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATION

ACMA is an approved continuing education provider through the following boards.

  • Florida Board of Social Work (Provider #50-3523)
  • Illinois Department of Professional Regulation (Sponsor #159-000900)
  • Maryland Board of Social Work (Authorized Sponsor of Category 1 Credit Hours)
  • Minnesota Board of Social Work (Sponsor #CEP-443)
  • New York State Education Department State Board (Sponsor #SW-0486)

 

ADDITIONAL APPROVAL INFORMATION:

NURSING EDUCATION

PIM/ANCC: This program is pending approval by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) an accredited provider of ANCC for 13.5 continuing education credits.


SOCIAL WORK CONTINUING EDUCATION

ASWB-ACE & NASW

This program has been submitted to ASWB-ACE for consideration of credit.

This program is approved by the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) (Approval # 886621095-7098) for 12.5 continuing education credits. 


PHYSICIAN EDUCATION

PIM/ACCME: This program is pending approval by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM) an accredited provider of ACCME for 13.5 continuing medical education credits.

METHOD OF PARTICIPATION AND REQUEST FOR CREDIT

Completion Requirements:
  • Must complete an attestation of attendance for each session, and must submit by end of day.
  • Must attend full session.
  • Must complete/submit an electronic evaluation.
  • No partial credit will be given.

 

Request for Credit

You will receive an email from ACMA 1-3 days post-conference notifying you that the electronic evaluation is available. Detailed login instructions will be listed in the email. Once you log in and complete the online evaluation, you will have immediate access to download and/or print your CE Certificate.

 

Please Note:

Attendees are responsible for verifying that the approving organizations listed above are accepted by their state’s practicing board. Unless otherwise noted on the CE certificate, attendees are also responsible for submitting their earned continuing education credits/certificates to the appropriate accrediting and/or certifying organization(s) to maintain their individual certification(s), recertification(s), licensure(s), etc. As required by applicable boards, a copy of this certificate and evaluation form will be retained by ACMA for a minimum of 7 years after the course concludes.