National Case Management Week

This year’s National Case Management Week is Oct. 11 – 17 – are you ready? This #CMWeek15, we want to let the world know about case managers – who we are, what we do, and why we are important. 

Over the past few decades, Case Management Week has become embedded into the case management community as an annual, week-long celebration of this essential healthcare practice. CMSA has been instrumental in that process, bringing to light the important work of case managers in local communities and on the national level.

During this important week, we must uplift each other with stories about our experience so that we stay strong. Last month, CMSA unveiled the logo and the theme of this week-long celebration of case managers. View the logo and learn how you can get the word out about this important week at 

Show Your Support

Activities during National Case Management Week typically include banquets and recognition dinners, state and city proclamations, continuing education seminars, and other community events. Case Managers are typically honored with gifts, dinners, and flowers by friends and family members, coworkers such as doctors and administrators, and patients who want to show their appreciation.

Downloadable Resources

Official Proclamations and Letters of Support

Recognition at the highest levels of government and by leading health care agencies and organizations is an important component in highlighting the benefits and value of the case management industry. To view the official proclamations and letters of support received at the National level, please visit:

   CMSA's National Case Management Week Facebook Page

Order Forms for Promotional Products

Our exciting collection of gifts is sure to make this year’s celebration the best ever! You’ll want to check out the CMSA Online Store to see our new items designed especially for this celebration. You can download the order form by clicking here

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