As of August 22, 2019, at 11:59 pm Pacific Daylight Saving Time, the MSNCB Board of Directors is suspending acceptance of new applications for the CCCTM certification program while the future of the program is being evaluated. Visit the FAQ for more information.

The Exam for Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCCTM®)

The Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCCTM®) credential recognizes that the highest standards of care coordination nursing practice have been achieved. You can become certified by successfully completing the CCCTM examination, which validates proficiency in care coordination and transition management nursing.nurses

CCCTM Exam Details

  • Computer-Based Testing (CBT) exam format.
  • 150 multiple choice questions. 120 scored and 30 unscored experimental questions.
  • Three hour exam.
  • Standard score of 95 (equal to approximately 72% correct) to pass. See Sample Questions.

CCCTM Exam Blueprint

View the exam blueprint, which is the framework for the exam.

CCCTM Exam Administration

MSNCB works with the testing company Center for Nursing Education and Testing (C-NET®) to offer the CCCTM certification examination. C-NET staff members have extensive experience in the development and administration of certification and licensure examinations for nurses.

C-NET offers computer-based testing through partnering with PSI Services, LLC.

CCCTM Accreditation

The CCCTM exam program has achieved the gold stamp of approval. After meeting rigorous standards, the CCCTM exam was granted accreditation by the Accreditation Board for Specialty Nursing Certification (ABSNC). Accreditation demonstrates that the CCCTM credential is based on a valid and reliable testing process. The CCCTM exam received its accreditation from ABSNC in October 2018.

The ABSNC promotes the highest quality of specialty nursing practice through the establishment of standards of professional specialty nursing certification. ABSNC accreditation is valid for 5 years.

Visit the ABSNC for more information about accreditation.