CALTCM Committee Opportunity

All CALTCM members are invited and encouraged to join one or more CALTCM Committees!

Clinical Practice: This committee will monitor best practices and guidelines relevant to the organization and the post-acute and long term care settings; this may include adapting general guidelines to the geriatric population following various national initiatives.  Committee will also act as a resource to the Education Committee – reviewing and approving presentations for our conferences and suggesting hot topics.

Development:  The Development Committee closely works on a series of fund-raising efforts to fund and sponsor various components of the annual meeting (e.g. exhibit opportunities), as well as solicit support for the day-to-day operations of CALTCM.  It also identifies potential grant support and grant-lead opportunities for CALTCM.

Education:  This Committee plans and implements the CALTCM Annual Meeting.  It is the duty of this Committee to plan the program content, speakers, and activities in accordance with CME guidelines via the Institute for Medical Quality (IMQ). This Committee also is responsible for evaluating and approving CME credit for other programs that are submitted for consideration to CALTCM as a CME provider.

Marketing/Membership/Communications:  This Committee identifies and devises plans for membership recruitment and retention, and for developing and refining marketing tools. This Committee works closely with the Education Committee for marketing the Annual Meeting. 

Public Policy:  This Committee will monitor state and federal policies that could impact the organization, post-acute and long term care practitioners and organizations, and/or patients; the committee will report to the BOD and provide recommendations on potential actions. This committee will also work with other committees and the BOD to develop initiatives to be brought forward to the AMDA House of Delegates.

Quality and SafetyThis Committee will ensure CALTCM is knowledgeable of and disseminates best practices in Quality & Safety.  The committee will develop a platform with a specific goal of improving NH understanding of Patient Safety and how they can incorporate the principles of Culture of Safety and develop innovations around implementation of QAPI.

Wave Committee:  This committee is responsible for producing our e-newsletter, the CALTCM WAVE.  This committee is responsible for identifying articles of interest, writing articles and securing writers.

 

Contact the CALTCM Executive Office today for more information or to join.

Simply email the following information to info@caltcm.org

  1. Your First and Last Name
  2. Degree(s) & Discipline
  3. Job Title & Organization Name
  4. Mailing Address, City, State and Zip
  5. Daytime Phone Number
  6. Email Address