This is the time of year our chapter begins seeking nominations for the new board of chapter leaders.  This is a great opportunity for you to become involved in your local chapter and use your skills and expertise to continue the professional development of case managers in the Sacramento area. Future Board Members must:

*Have a current CMSA membership

*Be committed to excellence in Case Management practice and process.

*Demonstrate Leadership skills or qualities.

*Be able to fulfill the time commitment needed for participation in the leadership of the chapter.

If you are interested or would like to recommend someone to be on the ballot, give name and contact information to Nannette Green, Immediate Past President.

Email:  [email protected]

Positions open are:






Click here for description of the positions.




   Multi-State Nursing Licensure

With the development of managed care, tele-health and mobile populations, nurses are frequently required to work with patients who travel or reside across multiple state lines. Unlike driver’s licenses, many state nursing licenses are not recognized by other states.

Twenty state boards of nursing have joined together to form a Nurse Compact in which participating states mutually recognize nurse licenses from other Compact states.

To learn more about Multi-State Nursing Licensure, watch the presentation by Claudia Bray and Marilyn Edwards presented to the national conference of CSAOHN (California State Association of Occupational Health Nurses) in November 2015. (click here)


Other Educational Programs

  MSN Case Management Program, Samuel Merritt University.  Complete your degree in under 2 years.  More information...


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