Welcome to the Central Indiana Chapter of CMSA

Central Indiana Case Management Society of America (CICMSA) is the local Chapter of Case Management Society of America (CMSA) founded in 1990 as a non-profit, multidisciplinary group of healthcare professionals working together in the specialized field of case management.

Please join us to further the collaborative efforts through education forums, networking opportunities, legislative advocacy and the establishment of standards to advance the profession and meet each individuals healthcare needs.


  CICMSA Members Making a Difference!!!

Conference Committee Members

ongratulations to the 2014 Conference Committee, pictured to the left, for an outstanding 20th year conference - Case Management For All Stages Of Life ~ Our Impact With Effective Communication.


Continuing education you may find of interest.


For education program information click Program 2015


June 11, 2015 Chapter Meeting CEU Presentation Alzheimer's Disease It's Prevalence, Impact, and Importance for Action

Speaker: Michael Sullivan, Director of Public Policy/Advocacy, Alzheimer's Association Greater Indiana Chapter





CICMSA meets monthly the second Thursday, 4:00 P. M.
St. Luke's United Methodist Church, 100 W. 86th St., Rm. N101-102, Indianapolis, IN and starts with a short business meeting followed by an educational program.
Applications are made to CCMC for CCM and NASWIN for Social Worker one hour continuing education units.
Refreshments are provided with ample time for those in attendance to meet and converse. Participation in one of the committees or on the Board of Directors provides additional opportunity for networking. The annual conference held in October brings together case managers and exhibitors from all over central Indiana. This is a time to learn, network, and eat scrumptious food.










Why Join CMSA?

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Membership in national CMSA also provides membership in Central Indiana CMSA (CICMSA).  Through this professional collaboration the wellbeing of the client  can be achieved through fostering Case Management growth and development, impact health care policy and provide evidence-based tools and resources