The demand for better coordinated, more patient-centered health care is exploding; as a result, the need for well-qualified professional case managers to achieve those goals has never been more acute. To meet this need, the Commission for Case Manager Certification® announced changes to its eligibility criteria for case managers seeking board certification. The move is in recognition of a growing need to define the role and function of the professional case manager, regardless of practice setting. Click here to read more.
Click here to read Frequently Asked Questions about Changes to the CCM Eligibility Criteria.
Read the latest Issue Brief by the Commission, "Changing roles and functions: what a professional case manager does is good for your health".