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A non-profit association with more than 2,000 members, The Aging Life Care Association (ALCA), is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors who are elected to two-year terms. ALCA strives for board diversity in both practices and geographic locations.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) uses stringent accreditation standards for its members. Its Code of Business Practices represents confidence in customer service practices. Shelton Care Management, Inc. proudly claims an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
The Commission for Case Manager Certification® was the first nationally accredited organization to certify case managers. The Commission is the largest organization to oversee the case manager certification process. The CCM® was the first nationally accredited case manager credential. The Commission is a non-profit and volunteer organization, and is the largest, most active and prestigious certification support for the case management industry.
Established in 1990, the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) is an international non-profit multi-disciplinary professional association dedicated to the support and advancement of the case management profession through educational forums, networking opportunities, legislative advocacy and establishing standards. The CMSA promotes high quality, ethical practices that benefit patients and their families. Shelton Care Management strives for improved health outcomes using evidence-based resources, impacting health care policy and sustaining the CMSA-developed Standards of Practice for Case Management.
The Certified Professional Disability Management (CPDM) is a professional designation in disability management. The CPDM curriculum, created by industry experts, is geared towards individuals involved in the day-to-day management of health, benefits, and workers’ compensation.
The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated members are dedicated to promoting public awareness for long-term care planning, supports member eldercare experts, and helps families across the nation find information about long-term care options.
CCCC is an interdisciplinary partnership of thought-leaders from healthcare systems and organizations, government agencies, consumer organizations, and the general public. Through advocacy, education, and resource development, we’re working to ensure organizations and communities have the information, resources, and tools to expand palliative care across the continuum of care.