CCMC Through the Years

  • 1992
    The Commission is founded
  • 1993
    CCMC offered its first credentialing exam
  • 1999
    CCMC was granted accreditation by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA)
    NCCA Accredited Program
  • 2011
    CCMC Launched the CMLearning Network® & The Case Management Body of Knowledge®, the VA approved CCM as a reimbursed credential under the Post-9/11 GI Bill
  • 2012
    CCM Exam Workshops launched
  • 2016
    CCMC acquires the Certification of Disability Management Specialist (CDMS) credential
  • 2016
    Inaugural CCMC New World Symposium® is held in Las Vegas, the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) announces collaborative with CCMC to endorse the CCM as the credential for health care social work case managers
  • 2017
    CCMC announces collaborative with the Case Management Society of America (CMSA) to promote the CCM as the preferred credential for their members.
  • 2017
    CCMC Turns 25
    CCMC 25 Years

CCM Growth

  • 2010 27,000 CCMs
  • 2011 30,938 CCMs
  • 2012 31,109 CCMs
  • 2013 34,289 CCMs
  • 2014 37,000 CCMs
  • 2015 39,667 CCMs
  • 2016 40,000+ CCMs
  • 2017 42,000+ CCMs
42,000 +
40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

The Impact of Being Board Certified

  • Median annual salaries for CCMs range from $75,000-$80,000
  • 45% of CCMs earn more than $80,000 per year, up from 33% in 2013
  • 63% of CCM employers reimburse for the CCM exam
  • 50% of CCM employers REQUIRE the certification

Today’s CCM

  • 86% of CCMs also have specialty training, up from 67% in 2015
  • 32% work in accountable care settings
  • 28% have advanced degrees
  • 26% hold management or executive positions
  • 67% have been case managers for more than a decade

Professional Background

  • 89%
    RNs
  • 4%
    Other
    Allied Health

Connections

Source: Health2 Resources and CCMC, Professional and Demographic Characteristics of CCMs, January 2017