"To promote the growth and value of Case Management and to support the evolving needs of the Case Management Profession"
continues to be a prominent issue in our society. It
is a chief concern in America today. The Case
Management Society of America is an integral part of
the healthcare industry, and has been deeply involved
in managing fundamental case management issues since
1990. CMSA is a professional organization that is
necessary to better help patients reach optimum health
and also ensure that the medical choices made are
prompt and cost efficient.
Hudson Valley Chapter of CMSA, founded in 1998, is an
active organization with a growing membership. We are proud
to serve a diverse interdisciplinary network of healthcare
professionals who hail from the Hudson Valley region of New
York State to include Westchester, Rockland, Orange and
Dutchess Counties. Our Chapter is dedicated to promoting
the growth and value of case management and to supporting
the evolving needs of the case management profession. We
work towards these goals by providing educational
opportunities for our membership that address the six major
domains of the case management process. Our conveniently
scheduled monthly meetings are very well attended and
provide not only an array of dynamic speakers and diverse
topics, but contribute to great networking opportunities.
Our plan is to continue to expand our membership and to
reach out to case managers in the Hudson Valley region of
New York State.
Our chapter website was implemented to keep our membership
and other interested professionals, updated on various
aspects of local events and educational offerings. We would
love to hear from you. Make sure to check the site to meet
our Officers, Board of Directors, Committee Chairpersons,
and to view our calendar of events. We want to recognize
our members for their great accomplishments and
contributions to the profession. Please forward these
accomplishments by clicking here.
Hudson Valley CMSA has decided to "brand" our chapter by
the use of our "logo" on all our communications. We started
with the website at www.hvcmsa.org and features our logo
featuring the flowing river. Since our chapter is named
after the famous Hudson River and region of New York, we
have incorporated all our communications to include the
logo. We have included the name that the Lenape Indian
tribe used - "Muhheakantuck"- which means river that flows
both ways. Through the use of our website we are keeping
the information flowing both ways.