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Vibra Specialty                                                                                                                        (Representative, Lisa Incalcaterra and speaker, Todd Teats)

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Peggy Parker, Nancy Cohen and Speaker, Kristi Teats 

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OMCMG President, Bonnie Robb and Board member, Lauren Danahy


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West Hills Senior Living Campus            



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                                                                                                                           Lauren Danahy, Regina Jackson, Dena Rossi,                                                                           Todd Teats. Kristi Teats and Judy Storijell                                                                                OMCMG Board Members and Speakers)




                                                          8th Annual WMCMA/OMCMG Joint Conference                                                  (Recap)                

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  Keynote Speaker: Kathleen Fraser, RN-BC, MSN, CCM, CRRN.                                                                           CMSA President Presented: “Case Management:  “If You Aren’t Moving Forward,                                           You Are In Reverse” and Ethics for Case Management”.

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                                                                                                                                                                                   OMCMG President Bonnie Robb                                                       and WMCMA President Laurie Bergman

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  Many Vendors from Oregon and Washington                                       supported the educational event

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                                                   Just a handfull of people that came and represented the Oregon CMSA chapter

OMCMG Lunch and Learn Highlights

April 2, 2015


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Great highlights and moments from this years conference,
“Case Management 2.0″ November 3-4, 2014 



    Past, present and future OMCMG Presidents.  (from left, Dena Rossi, Carrie Thomas,                                                                                                              Bonnie Robb)




Case Managers came from all over Oregon and South Washington  to attend this two day event packed with informative speakers and      






       learning first hand about care and medical services provided
       many Healthcare oriented companies.








       Dr. Nathalie Johnson, Medical Director of Legacy Cancer Institute presenting, “When Cancer Hits Home” and Sue Sumpter RN, MS bringing awareness on “Blood Cancer Resources and Update in our Communities”.









Sunday night reception with Rojo and Skipper, two LLamas from Mtn. Peak Therapy Animals, brought smiles and laughter before the special dinner sponsored by AstraZeneca with speakers on “Type 2 Diabetes and Improving Glycemic Control”.