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When:

April 12, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

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Where:

Aljoya Thornton Place 
450 NE 100th St.
Seattle, WA 98125
 

 
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Contact Information:

Washington Medical Case Management Association 
contactWMCMA@gmail.com 

(425) 329-9456 

PO Box 98104, Seattle WA 98198

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WMCMA Monthly Meeting

Thursday, April 12, 2018

"Memory Deficits: Strategies for Home & Community Treatment" 1.0 CE 

and

"COPD: Transitions of Care"

 "Memory Deficits" presented by Robyn Weiss P.T., M.Ed, C.C.M.
Community Relations Manager, Pacific Northwest Region - Rehab Without Walls

"Transitions of Care" presented by Karyn Baum, MD, MSEd 

  TIME:
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Check-In 11:00 ~ Buffet Lunch 11:20 ~ Program 11:20

The 1.0 CE talk will begin at 11:20 am
 
LOCATION:
Aljoya Thornton Place
450 NE 100th Street, Seattle, WA 98125

COST:
Onsite rate (includes lunch and CE): $20 for members; $30 for non-members

*Early Bird Discount: Register by March 31st for the luncheon and save $5*

TELECONFERENCE: $10

  Application has been made for pre-approval by The Commission for Case Manager Certification to provide continuing education credit to CCM® board certified case managers for  1.0 CE contact hour(s).

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Our program this month will be a two part presentation. The first presentation, a 1.0 CE talk on Memory Deficits is sponsored by Rehab Without Walls and will Identify and describe four types of memory; Identify three functional activities to address memory deficits; Identify memory strategies used in the home and community environment

OUR SPEAKERS:

 Robyn Weiss, P.T., M.ED, CCM, works with medical professionals to rebuild the lives of clients faced with catastrophic injuries. Specializing in Spinal Cord Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury as well as diagnosis in complex neurological and orthopedic cases. Intensive neuro rehab with proven outcomes in PT, OT and SLP. Focus is on reintegration back to home, community, school and work. She also works with pediatric, adolescent, adult and injured worker cases.

Dr. Karyn Baum is Professor of Medicine and Associate Chief Medical Officer for the University of Minnesota. She is also an Affiliated Professor in the School of Public Health. Karyn served in multiple previous roles including the Medical Director of Utilization Management and Executive Medical Director of Patient Flow.
 

At the national level, she served as the senior consultant with Association of American Medical Colleges in Washington DC, directing their Educating for Quality initiatives nation-wide from 2015-2017.

Karyn is the former Associate Chair for Quality at the University of Minnesota. In addition to overseeing inpatient hospital operations at the 900+ bed University hospital, she teaches quality improvement for the executive Masters in Healthcare Administration program at Minnesota. Dr. Baum earned her medical degree from the University of Michigan, her Masters of Science in Education from the University of Southern California, and her Masters of Healthcare Administration from the University of Minnesota.

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED:

Online registration is easier than ever!  You can register online whether you are paying by credit card or sending a check - just click on the "Register Now" button below.  You can also call the WMCMA office at (425) 329-9456 or email contactWMCMA@gmail.com to register and pay.  Reservations must be prepaid or guaranteed by check, VISA, Mastercard, AMEX, or Discover.  Registration deadline is Monday, April 9, 2018Please help us by registering early so we have an accurate count for room space and lunches.  The cancellation deadline for this event is Monday, April 9, 2018. Questions? Contact us at rebekahb.wmcma@gmail.com or contactwmcma@gmail.com.