Graduate Certificate in Care Management
The Graduate Certificate in Care Management educates health care professionals to improve health outcomes, enhance care quality, and reduce health care costs. Upon completion of the graduate certificate students will be prepared to provide care coordination to diverse people across the lifespan using care management principles and approaches that include facilitating delivery of health care to individuals and families, engagement of individuals and families in care plan design, and implementation resulting in high quality, high value, cost effective care using a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach.
The certificate is an online program for degree seeking students as well as a stand alone program.
Total credit hours for completion: 15
|NURSE 7500||Foundations of Care Management: Professional, Legal, Financial, and Business||3|
|NURSE 7510||Pharmacology, Pathophysiology, & Physical Assessment for Care Managers||3|
|NURSE 8150||Interprofessional Practice: Transforming Healthcare||3|
|NURSE 8160||Evidence Based Care Management Practice for Individuals and Populations||3|
|NURSE 8955||Care Management Role-Focused Practicum||3|