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  • Elizabeth Ziemba

Register for “Case Management Transitions of Care Crisis: Health Systems' Solutions,” March 21, 2023

Project Red Solutions invites you to register to participate in “Case Management Transitions of Care Crisis: Health Systems' Solutions”, Tuesday, March 21, from 3:00 – 4:45 PM, co-organized by the Case Management Society of New England and hosted virtually and in-person by Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital.



The presentations and panel discussion, led by Dr. Colleen Morley, President of the Case Management Society of America, focuses on the “health” of health systems in the US, UK, and Asia where systems are at crisis level, facing workforce supply, patient admissions and discharges challenges. The program includes a presentation by a representative from Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore, sharing international practices regarding transitions of care.


The panel participants are:

  • Dr. Colleen Morley, President, Case Management Society of America

  • Dr. Brian Jack, Principal Investigator, Project RED

  • Julie Harris, RN, BA, Director of Nursing, Linn Health and Rehabilitation

  • Jenny Quigley-Stickney RN MSN MHA MA CCM, Case Manager Cape Cod Healthcare

  • Renee McInnnes, RN, MBA, CEO at NVNA and Hospice

  • Linda S. Cornell, RN, MA President/CEO, VNA of Eastern Massachusetts/VNA Senior Living Communities

Join this distinguished group of case managers and healthcare professionals as they share their distinct perspectives and deep knowledge of case management and transitions of care on a local, nation, and international level. Registration is required for both in-person or virtual participation. To attend, click here for virtual registration or click here for in-person attendance.


The session awards 1.5 CEs for RNs, SWs and CCMs.


For more information about this program, please contact Maureen Ferguson, CMSNE, cmsne@comcast.net, or call (603) 329-7481.


Project Red Solutions founders, Irving Stackpole, Elizabeth Ziemba, and Dr. Brian Jack thank all of the participants especially Dr. Colleen Morley, Ms. Maureen Ferguson, and Ms. Breanne Muchemore for their contributions to this program.

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