Case Management Ceus

Course Title Provider Hours Cost
Case Management, Care Planning, and Behavioral Health for Homeless Individuals

In the United States and other industrialized countries, rates of disease and mortality are high among those experiencing homelessness and youth represent one of the largest sub-groups of the overall homeless populations. This ... 1.00 hrs $5.00
Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Treatment Planning

This course provides information on: engaging clients; familiarizing clients and their families with treatment and evaluation processes; endorsing collaboration in interviews, assessments, and treatment planning; integrating culturally relevant informa... 1.00 hrs $5.00
Ethics for Nurses

Ethical decision-making in healthcare occurs on a regular basis, often without so much as a passing thought. Healthcare professionals are held to high standards of moral character and an expectation to be patient advocates. This innate drive to do &ldq... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Obesity Management: A 911 Call to American Healthcare

Weight loss does not have to be dramatic to be beneficial, just a 5% weight loss can have a profound impact on health. But do primary care providers know how to deliver obesity counseling? Do they know what works to achieve and maintain the 5% weight l... 12.00 hrs $129.00
Utilization Management: A Core Course

The healthcare management industry is in a constant state of change. Among the changes are the roles and functions of utilization management (UM), which has evolved as a system to evaluate medical necessity and appropriateness of care related to optima... 10.00 hrs $64.00
Psychosis, Mood, and Anxiety

Neuropsychiatric disorders have surpassed cardiovascular conditions worldwide in causing disability and premature death. As healthcare professionals, nurses often encounter people with mental illness. This module discusses the etiology of severe mental... 5.80 hrs $47.00
Understanding Stress and Immunity

Stress can indirectly contribute to a wide array of maladies associated with either a hyper- or hypoactive state of immunity. Susceptibility to the common cold is increased, autoimmune symptoms are heightened, and allergies can be worsened by exams, di... 5.00 hrs $38.00
Pediatric Respiratory Infections

Children frequently develop respiratory infections. This course will inform physicians and nursing professionals about viral and bacterial respiratory infections that affect children, so they can recognize the diseases and provide the most effective ca... 5.80 hrs $47.00
Document It Right: A Nurse's Guide to Charting

From the earliest beginnings of the nursing profession, nurses have carefully recorded their observations of patients and their interventions to help patients recover from illness and achieve optimal health. In the beginnings of the profession, the pri... 5.20 hrs $40.00
Team-Based Healthcare Improves Patient Outcomes

Team-based healthcare is provided by two or more people who represent different professions with the common goal of improving the well-being of a patient. Outcomes such as relief of pain, improved access to healthcare services, early recognition of tre... 0.50 hrs $12.00
Malnutrition: Improving Patient Outcomes

You probably are aware that malnutrition can increase morbidity and mortality, but did you know that malnutrition can increase readmissions, medical costs, and even falls? Poor nutrition status is associated with increased length of hospital stay, elev... 1.50 hrs $12.00
Recognizing and Treating Five Shock States

Hypotension (systolic blood pressure < 90 mmHg) is often considered the defining hallmark of shock, but it can also be a late or deceptive sign. Therefore, other signs and symptoms must be identified early to detect and respond to a patient&rsqu... 2.00 hrs $24.00
Trauma-Informed Care for Healthcare Professionals

Healthcare professionals are increasingly recognizing the long-term effects of trauma on health. Experiencing trauma can affect an individual’s attitudes toward medical care. It is critical that healthcare professionals understand the relationshi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Understanding Insulin Management

In the past, patients with diabetes typically received one or two daily fixed insulin injections in doses that only physicians understood and adjusted. Current practice, though, has transitioned to helping patients proactively replicate the pancreas&rs... 3.00 hrs $28.00
Case Management Basics

Case management is an area of practice that offers nurses an opportunity to build on their clinical knowledge, as well as their communication and nursing process skills to function in an expanded and more autonomous role than direct patient care. Nurse... 5.00 hrs $47.00
Palliative Care for the Pulmonary Patient

Patients with chronic, progressive pulmonary diseases are a challenging patient population, as they often present with unrelieved symptoms that affect their quality of life. Palliative care is no longer considered end-of-life care. This comprehensive c... 1.00 hrs $12.00
HCAHPS Series: Discharge and Transitions of Care

Improved preparation for discharge, care coordination, and transition of care can result in reduced adverse events and readmissions, greater adherence to the plan of care, and better patient experience, leading to increased Hospital Consumer Assessment... 2.00 hrs $15.00
Malnutrition Alert! How to Improve Patient Outcomes

What would you do if potentially half of your hospitalized clients, and 5% or more of your ambulatory clients, had a condition that was compromising their health, yet it was undiagnosed and untreated? An estimated 30% to 60% of those hospitalized have ... 2.00 hrs $15.00
Rhythm Recognition: Getting to the Heart of the Matter

ECG rhythm recognition and analysis continues to be a major nursing responsibility in the acute care setting, yet has expanded beyond into other clinical settings. Since the advent of bedside monitoring and coronary care units in the 1960s, the ability... 3.75 hrs $28.00
A Healthcare Provider's Guide to Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic condition that has reached epidemic proportions in the U.S. Every healthcare professional needs to be aware of current diabetes practices. The purpose of this course is to communicate current information about diabetes, including... 4.00 hrs $25.00
Beyond the Basics in Case Management

This course is designed to help the practicing case manager develop the knowledge to reach an expert level of practice. It offers insight into what is needed to become an expert-level, high-functioning case manager. The purpose of this course is to pro... 6.00 hrs $47.00
Cancer and Chemotherapy

This course presents an overview of basic concepts of cancer and the nursing care of adult patients receiving chemotherapy. Topics include theories of carcinogenesis, normal and cancer-cell biology, diagnosis and staging of cancer, treatment modalities... 6.00 hrs $55.00
POLST: Planning for Life Endings

More than two decades ago, the Patient Self-Determination Act promised more patient involvement in end-of-life treatment decisions. Unfortunately, studies have shown that current forms of advance directives have not resulted in healthcare providers' co... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Knowing Your ABGs: The Blood Gas Report

Every clinician should be able to understand the values listed on an arterial blood gas report. Correlating the patient’s clinical picture with the ABG results is an example of critical thinking. Clinicians can readily interpret ABGs using the ba... 2.50 hrs $20.00
Treating and Preventing Communicable Diseases

This course has been approved for 6 hours by the Commission on Case Manager Certification for 2019 and 2020.

One of the primary responsibilities of all nurses is the prevention of infection in the healthcare environment. This course provides the ... 7.90 hrs $58.00
Transitions of Care

This course has been approved for 2 hours by the Commission on Case Manager Certification for 03/01/2016 to 03/01/2019.

About one in five Medicare beneficiaries discharged from the hospital is readmitted within 30 days of discharge at a cost of $... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Making the Transition to Workers' Comp Case Management

Nurses who become case managers in workers’ compensation come from varied backgrounds. This course informs nurses of the basics of workers’ compensation case management and the role of the case manager.

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Becoming a Home Health Nurse

According to statistics and projections from the National Bureau of Labor and the Health Resources and Services Administration, the need for nurses skilled at providing care to patients in their homes is growing. This is a good time to consider a caree... 2.50 hrs $20.00
Heroin: The Illegal Opioid

The history of diacetylmorphine (heroin) along with current epidemiological data and overdose statistics together illustrate the dangers associated with use and abuse of, dependence on, and addiction to this drug. Characteristics of heroin such as its ... 1.50 hrs $15.00
Team-Based Healthcare: Helping to Improve Patient Outcomes

Use of the interprofessional team approach has led to improved outcomes in some patient populations and disease states. Many different models exist and all can be adapted to fit specific population needs. As healthcare reimbursement continues to evolve... 1.00 hrs $12.00
The Impact of Cults on Health

While generally considered a social phenomenon, cult membership has very real consequences for overall health. This course serves to familiarize nursing professionals with health issues related to cult involvement. It first provides a basic definition ... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Nursing Home Inspections — It’s About the Residents

Nursing home surveys aim to ensure that nursing homes meet national standards of care. The process is detailed in federal regulations. This module provides an overview of the survey process and explains why facilities receive the scores they do. It off... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Getting Started in Hospice Care

Dying in America continues to be misrepresented and misunderstood. Most people say they would like to die at home, and hospice care can make that wish a reality. This course describes the history of hospice as a social construct in the world at large a... 6.50 hrs $49.00
Developing Your Leadership Potential

As the largest healthcare profession in the U.S. and the profession positioned on the front line of patient care, nurses are crucial for leading change and advancing health. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Institute of Medicine made recommen... 6.80 hrs $52.00
Alzheimer’s Disease, Part 2: Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, as many as 5.4 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, including an estimated 200,000 under the age of 65; by 2050, up to 16 million will have the disease. Earlier recognition and for... 1.80 hrs $15.00
Meeting the Challenge of Pediatric Pain Management

Nurses and physicians are confronted daily with the responsibility to care for hospitalized children in pain. Nurses observe the patient 24 hours a day and thus become the pivotal group of healthcare professionals involved in the process of proper asse... 2.90 hrs $27.00
Keeping Adolescents on a Healthy Track

Working with adolescents is an exciting and challenging opportunity for nurses. An understanding of the basic concepts of adolescent health provides a framework for effective care for adolescents. This continuing education course includes a review of p... 4.00 hrs $25.00
Violence and Families

Most violent crime cases in our society are documented statistically in the FBI Uniform Crime Reports and National Crime Victimization Surveys and clinically by the number of victims admitted to EDs of trauma centers and hospitals. People are more apt ... 2.00 hrs $15.00
Working With an Interprofessional Team

Multidisciplinary, interprofessional, and transdisciplinary team designations, often used interchangeably, refer to disciplines grouped according to patient care responsibilities that operate with varying degrees of interaction among team members. An i... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Financial Triage: Enhancing Medical Adherence

A nationwide survey revealed that the most vulnerable people — the uninsured, those with low incomes, those in fair or poor health, and those with multiple chronic conditions — continue to face the most unmet prescription needs. For example... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Identifying Alcoholism in the Hospitalized Patient

Alcohol is the most abused drug in the world. It affects an estimated 6.5% of the U.S. population at some point in their lifetime, and many become patients in acute care. Although acute and chronic alcohol abuse are common conditions in patients admitt... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Integrating Care for Patients With Co-Occurring Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorders

The goal of this course is to present clinical information about the co-occurrence of psychiatric and substance use disorders, and to examine ways of integrating psychiatric and substance abuse treatment.

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Managed Care: Nursing’s Friend or Foe?

For nurses, the fallout from the growth of managed care has not subsided. Despite a massive increase in the number of Americans covered by some form of healthcare coverage, debate continues about the sustainability of the current system. These issues h... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Motivational Interviewing

Chronic conditions — particularly heart disease, stroke, diabetes, lung disease, obesity, and arthritis — are creating a significant burden on our healthcare system, and the problem continues to increase. Healthcare professionals witness fi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Nurses Right at Home in Healthcare Medical Homes

A patient-centered medical home (PCMH) is an approach to healthcare delivery, not a place. A patient-centered medical home is a redesigned practice that has shifted from focusing on “episodic treatment of disease” to the holi... 1.00 hrs $12.00
How Nurses Can Help Prevent Child Maltreatment

Nurses who work with children with behavioral and emotional difficulties should keep an open mind as to whether these behaviors indicate a history of abuse, a history of other trauma, or both. Nurses who provide or arrange for mental health treatment o... 7.00 hrs $42.00
Parental Reactions to Having a Child With Special Healthcare Needs

The National Survey of Children with Special Health Care Needs found that 14.6 million children (ages 0 to 17) in the United States (19.8%) have special healthcare needs. Caring for a child with a disability or chronic health condition is often a lifel... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Managing Arthritis: New Hope for an Old Disease

This course has been approved for 4 hours by the Commission on Case Manager Certification for 2008, 2/12/09 through 12/31/09, 1/15/10 through 12/31/10, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.

Arthritic disorders are chronic diseases t... 5.00 hrs $38.00
Osteoporosis: A Preventable Epidemic

Of persons age 50 and older, one in two women and one in four men will experience an osteoporosis-related fracture. The impact of osteoporosis is particularly severe as people age. Each year, osteoporosis contributes to about 2 million fractures that m... 6.00 hrs $47.00
Psychological Support for Patients With Cancer

The National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) notes that nearly all patients experience some level of distress at diagnosis, throughout treatment, and beyond into survivorship. NCCN Guideline for Patients®: Distress Supportive Care Book Series d... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Research in the Clinical Setting: Taking Nursing to New Heights

The growth of the nursing profession depends on developing scientific principles on which to base practice. Nursing urgently needs sound studies to advance knowledge. Over nearly three decades, the terms “research utilization” and “ev... 2.00 hrs $15.00
Every Nurse Is a Risk Manager

Every time you complete an occurrence report for a near-miss medication error or review a clinical policy and procedure with the nurse manager, you are involved in a risk-reduction effort. Healthcare risk management is the process the organization uses... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Family Caregivers: Doing Double Duty

The effect of caregiving on the health and financial well-being of family caregivers is significant. U.S. companies experience billions of dollars in lost productivity as a result of family caregiving’s effect on their employees. Nurses and other... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Population Management Empowers Patients, Improves Lives

The goals of population management are to reduce measurably the complications of selected chronic diseases and to improve the quality of life for patients in such management programs. Many programs are telephonic and involve registered nurses. Some inc... 1.00 hrs $12.00
Case Management Nursing CE Course


A registered nurse (RN) in the case management role coordinates all aspects of care for individual patients. The case management nurse often works with specific groups of patients requiring ongoing medical care (i.e., geriatrics, HIV... 1.00 hrs Varies