Whether you are new to or experienced in the case manager or care coordinator role, our education programs are designed to prepare RNs and APRNs for contemporary positions.
Healthcare Organizations Including ACOs and PCMHs
Our comprehensive programs are designed to meet the training needs of your organization. Let us help you to prepare your nursing workforce for these specialty roles quickly and efficiently.
Federally Funded Agencies Including the VA, Indian Health Services, FQHCs
Our curricula are tailored to meet federal quality metrics and the training needs of RNs serving these distinct populations.
Translating Knowledge into Practice
Graduates of Our Programs
Ginger Jones, RN, CNLCP; Deana Hall, RN, CCM; Tracy Book, RN, BSN, LNC — Owners, Diversified Nurse Consultants, LLC, an RN Case Manager Practice in New Albany, Indiana; Graduated January, 2015
“Focused on healthcare navigation and advocacy, Registered Nurses work as Case Managers providing care management to Medicare and private sector elder and special needs patients. Our RN Case Manager practice assists patients transitioning from hospital, Skilled Nursing and Rehab facilities to home. We provide patient and care giver support through home visiting, medication management, chronic disease management and self-management support. Comprehensive nursing assessment and holistic care are the hallmarks of our practice.”
National RNCM Recent News
Listen as National RN Case Manager Training Center Co Director and Lead Faculty, Mary Jo Borden RN APRN CCCM MSN, highlights “Rethinking the Primary Workforce — An Expanded Role for Nurses” and considers implications for Contemporary RN Case Managers in...read more
Mary Jo Borden RN, APRN-BC, CCM, MSN, Co-director of the National RNCM Training Center, provides an overview of MACRA and the upcoming shift to a value-based payment model in the changing US healthcare system. Intended Outcome: RN Case Managers will increase their...read more
Thirty-one million U.S. adults ages 50 years and older are inactive and are not getting any physical activity beyond basic movement for daily life activities, says a new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published in the Morbidity and...read more