Health care today is fragmented.
Patients are falling through the cracks.
Costs are climbing.
You are the missing piece in CCTM and you can solve the puzzle of fragmented care.
The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN) CAN HELP!
Nurses: The Ideal Care Coordinators
In the maze of today's health care system, RNs like you are the key professionals to lead the health care team toward better patient outcomes and a more efficient system.
Why? You spend more time with patients than any other provider and collaborate with the interprofessional team every day. You know about diseases, provide care, and teach patients and families to manage their care at home. And, the public trusts nurses, read the article: "Nurses Lead as Most Honest, Ethical Profession."
CCTM: A Key Part of Your Practice
No matter your practice setting or specialty, care coordination and transition management (CCTM) is a crucial part of your job. CCTM is one of the hottest topics in health care today (think errors, miscommunications, readmissions).
MSNCB has transitioned the CCCTM® (Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management) certification to ANCC as of October 2020. ANCC has determined it will not refresh the CCCTM exam. The credential will continue to be available for renewal only to nurses who already hold the credential. ANCC is exploring board certification(s) that align with population health needs for the future, and AAACN has been invited to explore in collaboration with ANCC. Read more.
Learn more about CCTM
AAACN has the resources you need to enhance your practice and care delivery. And, you'll advance your career by becoming an invaluable asset to your facility.