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CareManagement Offers CE Ethics Credits to Meet CCM Requirements

ACCM provides at least one ethics CE article per year in CareManagement. You can earn at least 2 CEUs per year of ethics CE credits by reading and taking the exam in CareManagement online. That’s 10 ethics CEUs every 5 years, enough to meet the CCM requirements. Ethics CE exams are valid for 1 year.

CCMC and CDMS exams

You make take exams online or print and mail them. If you take the exam online, be sure to print your certificate after successfully completing the test. (Confirmation of successful completion will be emailed to you.)

Exams are valid 90 days from issue date. Exams that offer Ethics CE credit are valid for 1 year from the issue date.

Important login information:

  • You must be an ACCM member. Join now!
  • Click on the link contained in the issue for the exam you wish to take.
  • Enter the required login information NOTE: enter your name in a case sensitive manner such as Jane Doe.
  • You will have two attempts to achieve a passing score of 80%.
  • Be sure to have access to a printer in order to print your certificate after successfully completing the test; you cannot print it at a later date. ACCM cannot re-issue certificates.

Take the current CE exams online.

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Earn 1 CEU FREE and available to all CCMs through this special supplement supported by an educational grant from Theratechnologies Inc.

Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM): Improving Outcomes for Patients with Diabetes

Alefiya Faizullabhoy, MBA, MS, RD, CDCES, CDN and Jennifer H Calo, MS, RDN, CDN, CDCES

Celebrate National Diabetes Month by learning about improving outcomes of patients with diabetes using continuous glucose monitoring. Thirty-four million Americans have diabetes and there is an expected 26% increase over the next five years. The annual financial impact of diabetes is $327 Billion with people who have diabetes having 2.3 times greater health care costs. One out of every seven healthcare dollars is spent treating diabetic patients.

As a case manager, you can make a difference! This continuing education program provides you with knowledge about continuous glucose monitors including types, how they work, patient selection criteria and how they can help control blood glucose levels in your patients including your role and responsibility.

This supplement was supported by an unrestricted grant from Abbott Diabetes Care.

Exam expires November 15, 2022.

Prefer to print the supplement and exam? Download and view/print a pdf.

Earn 1 CEU FREE and available to all CCMs through this special supplement supported by an educational grant from Theratechnologies Inc.

Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: A Case Manager Primer

By Gary Wolfe, RN, CCM, Editor-in-Chief, CareManagement

Fatty liver disease (steatosis) is the storage of excessive fat in the liver and has an increasing incidence. A healthy liver is essential because of the many bodily functions it supports. It is important for the case manager to understand and be knowledgeable about fatty liver disease because there is no approved drugs for treatment. Current treatment consists of lifestyle changes. This supplement covers pathophysiology of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, signs and symptoms, associated comorbidities and managing the disease along with the role and responsibilities of the case manager.

This supplement is supported by an educational grant from Theratechnologies Inc.

Exam expires October 15, 2022.

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Earn 2 FREE CEUs of of Nursing credits through this special supplement supported by ChemoCentryx, Inc.

By Curry L. Koening, MD, MS and Irene von Hennigs, PharmD

ANCA-associated vasculiides are a group of rare, life-threatening autoimmune disorders that are characterized by a necrotizing inflammatory process predominantly affecting small and medium-seized blood vessels. The inflammatory process care have serve clinical consequences and can be life-threatening. In this soon to be published self-study supplement, you will learn how the disease is defined and classified, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, current treatments and future treatment options. When diagnosed early and treated properly current therapies for ANCA vasculitis can be successful in reducing and preventing organ damage. The knowledge obtained from completing this self-study continuing education approved course will help you improve your patients with ANCA vasculitis outcomes.

This publication was supported by ChemoCentryx, Inc.

Exam expires September 15, 2022.

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