About Teresa

Teresa Treiger, RN-BC, MA, CCM, FABQUARP is a thought leader inspiring Conscious Case Management©practice across the health care continuum through public speaking, professional education, peer mentoring, and publication of professional literature.

Teri has spoken across the United States and internationally on topics such as professionalism in practice, transition of care, and case manager self-care. She is a prolific author in journals and books, most recently as

  • Co-editor and contributing author of CMSA Core Curriculum for Case Management, 3rd (with Hussein Tahan),
  • Co-author of COLLABORATE©for Professional Case Management: A Universal Competency Based Paradigm (with Ellen Fink-Samnick),
  • Co-author of the Case and the Population Health Management chapter in Leadership and Nursing Case Management, 6th (with Ellen Fink-Samnick), and
  • Contributing author to A Nurse’s Introduction to Managed Care (Chapter 3 – Use of IT in Support of Managed Care Nursing Practice).

Teresa is principal at Ascent Care Management. She previously worked at organizations including McKesson Corporation, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.

Teri is a past National President of the Case Management Society of America (CMSA). She remains professionally engaged with CMSA’s New England chapter and as a member of the Commission for Case Manager Certification’s Programs and Services Committee where she also serves as an examination item writer/reviewer.

Teri is married and lives with her husband Dave and their fur-child in Quincy, MA. She enjoys traveling the world and actively supports domestic and wild animal rescues and shelters.

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