A new generation of healthcare realities challenge case management’s ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, fidelity, justice, and nonmaleficence:
- Aligning with diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice imperatives
- Balancing technology innovation with client and case management access, and
- Prioritizing workforce mental health and manifesting moral distress.
Engage in an educational experience that empowers case managers and provides strategic guidance to firmly set their ethical practice trajectory.
- Identify the main elements of the Inclusive Case Management model.
- Define techquity and its ethical impact for clients and the workforce.
- Apply the 4 Rs Moral Distress strategy.
- Apply professional case management’s established resources of ethical guidance (e.g., regulations, standards of practice, ethical codes).
CEs: 1 hr RN, SW, CCM Ethics
FREE to Members and Non-Members to celebrate Case Management Month!