Welcome to The NY Capital Region Case Management Society

The New York Capital Region Case Management Society (NYCRCMS) is YOUR local CMSA chapter. NYCRCMS was formed in July 2011 by a dynamic group of people committed to case management as a profession to support the devoted case managers in the Capital Region. CMSA says local chapters are the building blocks of the association. Through our organized community events and activities we help support CMSA’s national initiatives by getting the word out to the public and local legislators that CMSA is committed to collaborating with health care organizations and associations to broad the knowledge and resources of its members and the industry.

We invite you to join CMSA and NYCRCMS (NY5).


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The CMSA Foundation strives to bring CMSA Members opportunities to enhance their career, create a voice, and receive well-deserved recognition.  We want to help you advance the profession.  2020 is quickly approaching and the deadlines for next year's grants, scholarships, and awards is near.  Take a moment to see which opportunities fit in with your career needs, and act now!  

Review the upcoming opportunities below, or download an overview.

Margaret Leonard Public Policy Grant

Do you have a passion to educate others and raise awareness about issues affecting health policy while supporting CMSA initiatives?  Do you have a great program in mind but need a little help with funding?

This is a great opportunity for your grassroots program!

Learn More:  Download the 2020 Overview  for criteria information.  

Ready to apply?  Download the 2020 MLPPG Application

Individuals must apply by January 31, 2020 to be considered for 2020 public policy programs. 

Integrated Case Management Training Scholarship

Are you committed to improving the health outcomes of the most at-risk populations and willing to link and integrate care coordination across all domains of health?

Here's an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to complete the 2020 Spring ICM training to advance your case management skills.  Upon completion of training, you will earn 30 RN, CCM, and SW CE hours.

Apply by February 14, 2020.  Download your application now.

Case Management Recognition

CMSA's Case Management Practice Improvement Award and Case Management Research Award were developed to recognize an individual, group, or organization showcasing results from a research or quality/performance improvement (QI/PI) initiative for innovation in the advancement of case management practice and/or improved client outcomes.  Recipients receive a $1,500 honorarium. Recognition will be given at the 2020 CMSA Annual Conference, and in the CMSA Today magazine.

Application Deadline:  March 1, 2020
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