National RNCM Committed to the Future of Nursing
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health (2010) identified the critical need to reduce care fragmentation through improved care coordination and case management by RNs. For us, this call to action resulted in the development of the National RN Case Manager Training Center focused on supporting RNs in their ability to acquire new knowledge quickly as they expanded their practices to include new and emerging case manager, care manager and care coordinator roles. Now as we look ahead… Read more
Online Always Available
2020 Face to Face / Blended Class Dates
June 2–4 & August 4–6
All courses are accredited by ANCC, the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and build on the Institute of Medicine Future of Nursing Report (2010), current evidence, and are consistent with the American Nurses Association (ANA) Social Policy Statement and Code of Ethics.
National RNCM News
Bringing it Home: The Shift in Where Healthcare is Delivered Lauran Hardin, MSN, RN, and Diana J. Mason, PhD, RN RN Care Managers understand that the needs and realities of clients we serve cannot be fully understood in traditional care settings such as clinics or...
Advanced Care Coordination knowledge and skills are essential components of practice for all RNs across practice settings. Registered Nurses prepared in advanced care coordinator roles work across all care settings from hospital to clinic to home, and are well...
The Faculty of the National RN Case Manager Training Center are pleased to announce the 2020 dates for the Contemporary RN Case Manager Certificate Program Blended/3 Day Face to Face learning option. Registration is now open and interested RNs may select from one of...