Why you should maintain your CCCTM® credential
Recertification reaffirms your competence, and brings a renewed freshness to your confidence and credibility. It is the next step in a career-long process that assures your patients of your commitment to providing care coordination.
Begin planning for recertification soon after you've earned your Certified in Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCCTM) credential. CCCTM certification is valid for 5 years.
Get Recertified by Continuing Education
You are eligible if you:
- Hold a current CCCTM nursing certification
- Hold an unencumbered and current license as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the United States or territories
- Have accrued 1000 practice hours in a care coordination and/or transition management setting in the last 5 years and
- Have earned 90 contact hours in the last 5 years
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- Know your certification expiration date and application deadlines.
- Report your contact hours continuously throughout your five-year certification period. List of acceptable contact hour activities.
- Self-reported contact hours are manually reviewed so allow up to 10 business days for verification status updates.
- Apply for recertification right from your Tracker when all eligibility criteria are met.
Plan for Your Recertification
MSNCB recommends arranging your recertification plan soon after certification. Learn more.
CCCTM Recertification Guide
Download this handy guide for all you need to know about CCCTM recertification.
Get Recertified by Exam
You will need to pass the CCCTM exam prior to your certification expiration date to use this method. Learn all you need to know about taking the CCCTM exam with Steps to Certification.