To safeguard people who use case management services, by setting and upholding standards for registered case managers.
Who are we?
The Institute of Registered Case Managers (IRCM) is a not-for-profit organisation whose role will be to safeguard the users of case management services.
How will we achieve this?
- By setting standards for case managers’ practice.
- Through publishing a public register of people who meet our requirements and commit to practising in line with our standards.
- By providing a process through which concerns can be reported, and then investigating and taking action where registered case managers don’t meet our standards.
What happens next?
IRCM is currently in its set-up phase and anticipates opening for registration later this year. We will be seeking accreditation from the Professional Standards Authority. We will also be developing a certificate of proficiency in case management and accrediting education opportunities that meet our standards.
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What is case management?
Case management has a broad remit in the provision of rehabilitation and services to clients. The case manager initially identifies needs with a client and makes recommendations to meet these needs. The case manager would then work with the client to agree and implement plans with the clients to achieve their best outcomes.
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“We will be fair, proportionate and effective in administering a nationally recognised register, ensuring protection of service users and the public by promoting and upholding high standards of practice and ethical conduct for the case management profession”