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Cancellation is required 2 weeks prior to receive full refund. Check, cash, and credit cards are accepted at the door the day of the event.

Population Health for Case Managers

April 10, 2019
4:15 PM - 8:00 PM
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Four Points by Sheraton Detroit Novi
27000 South Karevich Drive
Novi, MI 48377

National CMSA Immediate Past President coming to CMSA Detroit Chapter!
Opportunity to expand Healthcare and CMSA knowledge

Mary McLaughlin-Davis, DNP, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, CCM
CMSA Immediate Past President

Population Health for Case Managers

Population health is a clinical and financial model. Improving population health is the third initiative of the Triple AIM, which also include, improving the experience of, and decreasing the per capita cost of health care. It is similar to the public health organization, which operates in the background of the larger health care system dedicated to the treatment of illness and disease.

Case managers understand that healthy populations is a laudable goal. It is the merging of a healthy population concept within a payment model and tied to quality outcomes. This is profoundly different from the pay-for-service healthcare model on which most healthcare providers base their practice.

Case managers know the barriers of health illiteracy, social determinants of care, chronic medical and psychiatric conditions, to the treatment of disease and achievement of health. Patients need case managers to guide them through the complex health care system. Population health cannot be successful without licensed, and often certified case managers and their direct interventions. It will take the case manager with the interdisciplinary care team to actualize it. Healthcare organization must move case managers from delivering isolated services, to the core drivers of the population health initiative across the continuum of care.


  • Explain the Triple Aim
  • Describe The Population Health Model and how it is related to the Triple Aim
  • Explain how case managers across the continuum of care impact The Population Health Model
  • Describe how case managers guide patients through a complex health system and the social determinants of health

CEU:1 Contact Hour for RN provided by CMSA through California Board of Nursing,  ASWB for Social Worker and pre-approval from CCMS for CCM CEU. Attendees must stay for entire presentation to receive contact hour.

Registration Form: Click here to download the registration form

Pre-Registration - until April 5th @ 5pm:  $10 for Members (must RSVP); $60 for Non-Members

After April 5th @ 5pm through Day of event:  $20 for Members;  $75 for Non-Members
Credit Cards accepted at the door.


  • 4:15 pm-5:30 pm:
    Member Registration (late check-in available)
    Exhibitor Visitation (please plan time to see our Exhibitors)
  • 5:10 pm-5:45 pm:           
    Dinner (Buffet Style)
  • 5:45 pm-6:30 pm: 
    Raffle Drawings (must be present)
    Exhibitor Appreciation & Visitation
    (Exhibitor financial support enables our Chapter to provide conferences)
  • 6:30 pm-8:00 pm:           
    Presentation: Population Health for Case Managers
    Mary McLaughlin-Davis, DNP, ACNS-BC, NEA-BC, CCM
    CMSA Immediate Past President

After Dinner Conference Opportunity: Expand your CMSA Knowledge and Awareness
Plan to stay and spend time with Mary McLaughlin-Davis, CMSA Immediate Past President

Commit to Attend.  Mark your Calendar.  Register now for the April Dinner Conference.

*New setting and menus for 2019 Chapter Dinner and All-Day Conferences
Four Points by Sheraton Novi
27000 South Karevich Drive
Novi MI 48377
(248) 348-5000
The Epicurean Group Catering (same chef as Novi Chop House)

Exhibitor Registration - To purchase an exhibitor booth click here 

If you experience issues with online registration, please email us at [email protected] or call at 248-663-4103.

* Cancellation Policy: Must cancel 2 weeks prior to receive full refund. Check, cash, and credit cards are accepted at the door the day of the event.

** Inclement Weather: If we experience inclement weather it may be necessary to cancel this conference. We will release a cancellation notice via email and post it to our website by 12:00 noon the day before the conference.


$20.00 CMSA Member Fee
$10.00 Earlybird rate before April 5

$75.00 Non-Member Fee
$60.00 Earlybird rate before April 5