Jacqueline J. Birmingham, RN, BSN, MS, CMAC - Writer

A respected member of the case management community, Jacqueline J. Birmingham’s career has evolved since becoming a nurse in 1960. The breadth of her knowledge and experience span decades dedicated to nursing and healthcare management. 

She has authored, co-authored and contributed to nearly 20 books and 30 journal articles including a recent work in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. Birmingham is a respected teacher and speaker making presentations to domestic and international clients associated with insurance companies, state healthcare agencies, hospitals, and universities including the esteemed Oxford University in Oxford, England. She was President and Founding Board Member of the National Board for Certification in Continuity of Care and has offered official testimony to both the U.S. House of Representative and the U.S. Senate on Medicare issues.

Recognized for her passion for excellence, Ms. Birmingham is a past recipient of Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Who’s Who in American Nursing and has been honored with a Distinguished Case Manager of the Year award.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from New York’s Niagara University as well as a Master of Science in Administration and Supervision from the University of Hartford. Ms. Birmingham currently serves as Vice President for Regulatory Monitoring and Clinical Leadership for a transition management software group in Newton, Massachusetts.