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We have 2 great resources for those interested in pursuing the profession of case management.
Wondering if you have what it takes to become a case manager? Receive our 2 PDF's below.
1) Skills And Qualities Of The Case Manager
2) Case Management Salary & Trends Report
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I find myself really enjoying the book and actually looking forward to my quiet time to read it! I don't usually feel that way about study guides but I love the way yours is done. Thank you too for the larger print! My vision at 53 isn't what it used to be so I truly appreciate that! It's very useful in my job to have that extra understanding of how things work.
I took the December Exam and passed on my first attempt. I am an RN with solely bedside nursing experience and felt very intimidated when I started thinking of taking the exam. I used Deanna's online resources including the CCM Certification Made Easy book and found it provided information to be precisely what I needed for the exam. Thank you Deanna for being such a great and helpful resource for those taking on the new role as Case Managers!
The Foundations class provides an overall panoramic view of case management. Although I have worked in different nursing I was not always entitled to truly understand what the case management area was and how I provided services in those area. This class offered so much, explaining different types of case management settings, explaining the What and the Why of each area. Providing hands on questions to reinforce the education provided. I loved it.
Althea Jones Barnes