2010 ACMA Transitions of Care Conference (ACMA Transitions of )

Venue: The Peabody Hotel Little Rock

Location: Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Event Date/Time: Nov 10, 2010 End Date/Time: Nov 11, 2010
Registration Date: Oct 08, 2010
Early Registration Date: Oct 08, 2010
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Transitions of Care are a key characteristic of health care. As a patient receives care at trauma, acute, sub-acute, rehab, home or long term levels, the transitions that occur between these must be successful for effective care.

ACMA’s members have a motivated focus on Transitions of Care and how effective they are for both patients and families, and more recently with respect to healthcare reform. ACMA recognizes that ensuring effective Transitions of Care can reduce preventable hospital readmissions and improve patient outcomes.

ACMA continues to work at a Congressional level educating members of Congress on the issues that our patients and case managers encounter, and how these issues can either support or inhibit a patient’s transition. With the help of nationally recognized leader and author of Transitions of Care, Dr. Eric Coleman, and ACMA have partnered to dedicate a Leadership Conference specifically focused on the education of case management leaders on Transitions of Care, what Transitions of Care mean to the practice of case management, and how case management professionals can better prepare for the increased focus on this area.

Currently, national standards for Transitions of Care do not guide all healthcare professionals, and ACMA is attempting, through initiatives like our Leadership Conference, to address the void in Transitions of Care education by building common understanding and national commitment.


3 Statehouse Plaza
Little Rock
United States

Additional Information

CE Certificates will be awarded upon completion of the conference. Participants may earn up to 7.8 Nursing Contact Hours (based on 50-min hour) and up to 6.5 Social Work Contact Hours. CE credits can be applied toward ACM Certification renewal.