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    President's Letter

    Atlanta Chapter of CMSA Membership,

          Thank you for your service as a case manager, the healthcare system has truly made remarkable changes as we all face a Pandemic. During this pandemic, case managers have demonstrated flexibility and resilience. So, again Thank You for your service to the profession, patients, and co-workers.  I would like to thank our past President Carol Lawrimore for her leadership and volunteer dedication to the chapter, especially after the passing of our President Zelpha Brown in July 2020. 

            I am honored to be elected President of this great chapter.  I desire to continue to engage our membership and with everyone’s assistance to grow our membership.  This is your chapter.  The chapter board and I are here to help you grow in your professional development and networking.  As the Atlanta Chapter CMSA President, I am excited to share the Chapter Board is working hard to provide many educational opportunities for our membership, during this virtual world we are living in. 

         We have some other things in store for our membership, I am requesting that you log in to https://cmsa-atlanta.org/members.php to confirm your email.  As a reminder, we ask that you use a personal email because many companies block mass mailing, which will potentially cause you to miss these exciting opportunities.  The chapter is always looking for new ideas, so please share any ideas via the Contact Us link on the Website or via the chapter email [email protected].   Also, if you have a great topic to share, please reach out as we are looking for talent to share research and case management knowledge. 

    Save the Date for our Annual Member's Meeting and Conference on October 9, 2021.

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Julie Sapp, MSN RN CCM

    2021-2022 Atlanta Chapter CMSA President

    [email protected]

    website: https://cmsa-atlanta.org/index.php

     

    “I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.”
    Maya Angelou