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Survey Finds More Case Managers Professionally Credentialed, Hold Higher Degrees
Date:5/14/2010

emonstrating competence that an employer is willing to pay for, and even require,” Carter said. “Case managers who have earned the CCM® credential have demonstrated they have the expertise, knowledge and professional experience needed to serve patients with complex health challenges, in any care setting.”

Other key findings from the survey:

 
  • The case manager role represents a career advancement opportunity for nurses.
Almost all case managers surveyed were registered nurses, were likely not entry level and were more likely to hold bachelor’s degrees. (65 percent of nurses who are case managers hold bachelor’s degrees, compared to 31 percent of registered nurses generally.) Although almost all surveyed were registered nurses and over age 30, more than 40 percent of the case managers have been in the case management field less than 10 years, suggesting they move into case management after working as nurses.

 
  • The case manager role is becoming more challenging, and more important within the health care system.
As the complexity of care increases, and the demand for accountability in health care grows, the role of the case manager is expanding in importance. The case manager has a key role in coordinating a spectrum of care through patient transitions, and
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