South Florida Case Management Network
South Florida Case Management Network is a not for profit organization formed to promote the practice of case management. SFCMN is one of the local chapters in the State of Florida under the National Office of the Case Management Society of America. SFCMN represents Broward, Dade and Plam Beach Counties. Monthly meetings are held for our members for Broward and Dade Non-members are welcome for a nominal charge.
Join us at our next meeting to network with your peers and see what exciting things are happening in our health care community!
Never for Profit, Promoting Case Management!
As a member of SFCMN, you are encouraged to be an active participant in this dynamic organization. Locally, we offer continuing education programs for several professional disciplines.
Join the largest and most well know professional organization representing professionals in the area of Case Management. When you join CMSA, you also become a member of the local chapter, South Florida Case Management Network.
Click on the link to learn more about CMSA and join. Individual and Company memberships are available.
NEWS FROM THE COMMISSION FOR CASE MANAGER CERTIFICATION
The Commision for Case Manaer Certificaiton has changed the type of credits certified professionals must have when they renew their certification. Beginning in 2016, those renewing will need to have 2 of the 80 contact hours in ethics.
In 2017 those renewing will need 4 of the 80 contact hours in Ethics. In 2018 and going forward, all renewing their certification will need to have 8 of the 80 contact hours in ethics. a
Per the Commission, the additional requirement does not increase the total number of continuing education credits you need to have, but the required ethics credits will be part of the 80 contact hours.
The Board of Directors of the South Florida Case Management Network has committed to adding ethics training as part of our efforts to provide continuing education credits for all certified case management members so they can meet the requirements set out by the Commission for Case Manager Certification as well as other Certifying Bodies.
To learn more about this requirement, visit http://ccmcertification.org/center-stage/important-update-ethics-ces-required-ccms