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CMSA Ft. Wayne 2 CEUS

 

COME CELEBRATE NATIONAL CASE MANAGEMENT WEEK!

Addressing Social Determinants of Healthcare: Ethical Implications

presented by Colleen Morley, DNP RN CMCN ACM-RN

October 14, 2020

5:00pm-8:00pm Eastern

via ZOOM

ABSTRACT

According to the CDC, social determinants of health are the conditions where people live, work, play, learn, and worship, and which affect health and health outcomes. Poor health outcomes are often caused by ineffective or absent social determinants. Many initiatives are underway to evaluate whether making connections to non-medical services can result in improved health and reduced healthcare spending.

The American healthcare system is outcomes driven and has traditionally not reimbursed non-medical services. We must follow and be aware of the Code of Professional Conduct for case manages. Questions remain unanswered as to how these services would be funded, how will outcomes be evaluated, and what criteria will be used to determine who qualifies for the services.

OBJECTIVES:

1. Recall the definition of social determinants of health (SDoH)

2. Describe the impact of SDoH on select populations

3. List what is needed to develop an ethical framework for addressing SDoH

4. Discuss the ethical considerations of implementing non-medical services in clinical program.

PRESENTER PROFILES

Colleen Morley, DNP, RN, CMCN, ACM-RN

     Dr. Colleen Morley DNP RN CMCN ACM-RN is the Director of Case Management for West Suburban Medical Center in Oak Park, IL for Pipeline Health. Prior to this role, she has held positions in acute care as Director of Case Management, overseeing Utilization Review, Case Management and Social Services; piloting quality improvement initiatives focused on readmission reduction, care coordination through better communication and population health management. Her current passion is Health Literacy. She is the 2020 recipient of the CMSA Foundation Practice Improvement Award for work on this important health topic.

   In the managed care arena, she has held positions as Director of Utilization Management and Care Coordination for Managed Medicaid and commercial populations; where she co-developed the outreach program and streamlined workflows to enhance communication between departments for better referral throughput. Dr Morley received the 2010 Managed Care Nurse Leader of the Year award from AAMCN for her work in updating the CMCN curriculum and study program.

  Dr. Morley has over 20 years of nursing experience. Her clinical specialties include Med/Surg, Oncology and Pediatric Nursing. She received her ADN at South Suburban College in South Holland, IL; BSN at Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, FL, MSN from Norwich University in Northfield, VT and her DNP at Chamberlain College of Nursing. 

DISCLOSURE: None.

AGENDA

30 Mins: Recall the definition of social determinants of health (SDoH)

30 Mins: Describe the impact of SDoH on select populations

30 Mins: List what is needed to develop an ethical framework for addressing SDoH

30 Mins: Discuss the ethical considerations of implementing non-medical services in clinical program.

 

2 CEs CCM Ethics Approved 

Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC)

Social workers participating in this course will receive 2 continuing education clock hour. Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB)

The Case Management Society of America has been approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Heart 2 Heart Hospice AND Angels of Mercy

 

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$200.00 Sponsor for the Event

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