Reference List

The following references are used in the development of the CCCTM® examination.

Core Study Recommendations:

AAACN (2015). Scope and Standards of Practice for Professional Care Coordination and Transition Management Nursing. Pitman, NJ: American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing.

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.

Additional References:

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.

Carmicia, M., et al. (2013). The value of nursing care coordination: A white paper of the American Nurses Association. Nursing Outlook, 61(6), 490-501.

Cipriano, P. (2012). The imperative for patient-, family-, and population-centered interprofessional approaches to care coordination and transitional care: A policy brief by the American Academy of Nursing’s Care Coordination Task Force. Nursing Outlook, 60(5), 330-333.

Cipriano, P.F., Bowles, K., Dailey, M., Dykes, P., Lamb, G., & Naylor, M. (2013). The importance of health information technology in care coordination and transitional care. Nursing Outlook, 61(6), 475-489.

Dolan, P.L. (2014). PCMH: How to make care coordination work. Medical Economics, 91(10), 17-21.

Espensen, M. (Ed.). (2012). Telehealth Nursing Practice Essentials. Pitman, NJ: American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing.

Fuji, K.T., Abbott, A.A., & Norris, J.F. (2013). Exploring care transitions from patient, caregiver, and health-care provider perspectives. Clinical Nursing Research, 22(3), 258-274.

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.

Haas, S., Swan, B.A., & Haynes, T. (2013). Developing ambulatory care registered nurse competencies for care coordination and transition management. Nursing Economics, 31(1), 44-49, 43.

Hertz, B.T. (2012). Coordination of care, integrated delivery will remain central to success. Medical Economics, 19(16), 19-20, 25-26, 29.

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.

Looman, W.S., et al. (2012). Meaningful use of data in care coordination by the advanced practice RN. Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 30(12), 649-654.

National Transitions of Care Coalition Work Group Measures Work Group. (2008). Transitions of Care Measures. http://www.ntocc.org/Portals/0/PDF/Resources/TransitionsOfCare_Measures.pdf

Serota, M. & Ridley, A. (2013). Care coordination: Transition between providers can be the most dangerous for patients. Medical Economics, 90(16), 41-42.

Vanderboom, C.E., Thackeray, N.L., & Rhudy, L.M. (2015). Key factors in patient-centered care coordination in ambulatory care: Nurse care coordinators’ perspectives. Applied Nursing Research, 28(1), 18-24.