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Benefits of Membership: Education, Publications, Networking, Resources, Services, Products, Celebrations.

You can nominate yourself or another Case Manager easily by sending a note to NE CMSA at necmsa@gmail.com.

Important Information About Board Membership

Case Manager Certification is not required but encouraged. This might be an opportunity for you to explore certification in the future as you work with your fellow board members.

A certain number of years of experience as a case manager is not required.

A type A membership in the National CMSA organization is required.

Case Managers and professionals in related fields are welcome. NE CMSA is a diverse organization of members who practice in many different areas. Examples: Hospitals, Insurance Industry, Occupational Health Clinics, Field Case Management, Rehabilitation, Social Work and more.

Previous experience on a board is not required. You will have plenty of support and training will be provided as you begin your job.

The NE CMSA Board of Directors is a volunteer working board. We recognize the occupational and personal priorities of our members, and strive to not overburden members with additional demands on their time, by dividing duties fairly and equitably. Attendance at board meetings is critical to maintaining this effort, and in order to allow this for our members we will be conducting meetings by conference call more in the coming year.

Benefits of being a member of the NECMSA Board of Directors:

  • Board members attend all NECMSA sponsored programs free of charge
  • The President and President elect may attend the national CMSA conference as guests of NECMSA
  • You will have an active role in the growth and development of an already excellent organization
  • You will be associated with a dynamic and diverse group of individuals. This is an association that will only enhance your practice and out look on all the possibilities case management has to offer

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