Welcome to the Business Section website.
Here are some
helpful facts and resources for members who want to know more about The
Business of Midwifery.
What is the
responsibility of the ACNM Business Section?
According to the Division of Standards and Procedures, the
Business Section’s Responsibilities include:
- Maintain and update information materials in
written format and on business section webpage addressing the business needs of
CNMs in clinical practice.
- Provide expertise and representation to the
planning group for Midwifery Works!
- Provide expertise to the ACNM list serve on CNM
business issues, questions, and concerns.
- Coordinate with MBN Caucus to provide a
professional network and forum for CNMs and SNMs who have interests and/or
needs related to the business aspects of clinical practice.
- Monitor ongoing matters related to the CNM
reimbursement cycle; provide membership education on same.
- Serve or identify individuals who can provide
business expertise on selected business topics on behalf of the ACNM.
- Support ACNM staff in responding to member
inquiries about business matters
- Provide updated resources, information and
education about Electronic Health records for ACNM members through webinars and
education sessions/workshops and when requested by the BOD.
the Business list-serve,
Following is a graphic representation of the ACNM Business
Section and the MBN Caucus:
Who are the ACNM Business Section Members?
As of 10/1/2016 the Business Section Members are:
Barbara Hughes - Business
Barbara Wax - MBN
Kathryn Kravetz Carr
Linda Nanni - DOSP
Stephanie Tillman - BOD
for you to download about "The Business of Midwifery". Many more are coming.
Feel free to share resources you have found helpful with Barbara Hughes at [email protected]
(Once the webpage is up, we’ll focus more on identifying and
forwarding resources to post)
Other Important Links
about The Business of Midwifery:
Consultants who can support you and your practice (ACNM does
not officially endorse any consultants)
(Coming in 2017)