The National Case Management Network (NCMN) has ceased business operations as of March 31, 2014.
This membership based, non-profit organization proactively pursued its goal to promote excellence and professionalism for Case Management through education, the development of national Standards of Practice and Core Competencies and networking opportunities.
With project funding from Health Canada in 2010 and 2012, NCMN published the Canadian Standards of Practice for Case Management and the Canadian Core Competency Profile for Case Management Providers.
These documents continue to influence excellence and professionalism for the process of Case Management and the role of Case Management providers in Canada. Academic institutions, employers and government agencies are using both these documents to optimize Canada’s health workforce under the increasingly demanding and complex healthcare needs of Canadians. These documents remain available to all who are interested.
“As an organization, we defined Case Management and gained recognition for Case Management as an important part of an integrated system. As Canadians age, as they live with chronic illness and as they survive catastrophic injury and illness the benefits of Case Management will be recognized. The process of Case Management and the role of Case Management providers is a corner stone in the current context to optimize transitions of care across health and social services throughout Canada.” (Park, 2015)
If you wish to contact Joan Park or request copies of the Standards of Practice and/or Core Competencies, please send emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org.