The following references are used in the development of the CCCTM® examination.
Core Study Recommendations:
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Haas, S.A., Swan, B.A., & Haynes, T.S. (Eds.) (2014). Care Coordination and Transition Management Core Curriculum. Pitman, NJ: American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing.
American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing and American Organization of Nurse Executives (2015). Nursing Organizations Enlist Nurse Leaders in National Efforts for Care Coordination. Pitman, NJ: American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing.
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Haas, S.A. & Swan, B.A. (2014). Developing the value proposition for the role of the registered nurse in care coordination and transition management in ambulatory care settings. Nursing Economics, 32(2), 70-79.
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Joint Commission. (2012). Hot topics in health care: Transitions of care: The need for a more effective approach to continuing patient care. 1-8. http://www.jointcommission.org/assets/1/18/Hot_Topics_Transitions_of_Care.pdf
Laughlin, C.B. (Ed.) (2013). Core Curriculum for Ambulatory Care Nursing, 3rd Ed.Pitman, NJ : American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing.
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