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What is a ACM certification?

The Accredited Case Manager (ACM) Certification is for health care delivery system case management professionals and tests core case management knowledge that is shared by nurse and social work case managers, as well as competency in the individual skills of each professional background.

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People also ask, how do you become a certified case manager?

Certified case manager need a bachelor's degree, usually in a field related to nursing, counseling or psychology, though many have a master's. Certification requires education, experience and passing an exam from one of the professional organizations for case managers.

Also, which Case Management Certification is best? CCM (Certified Case Manager) This certification exam is administered by the Commission for Case Manager Certification and is considered the gold standard of case management certifications. It is also the most popular with over 45,000 board-certified case managers to date.

Similarly, it is asked, how much does it cost to get CCM certification?

The application fee is $200, and the exam fee is $185, a total of $385 will be paid when you apply. But there is a chance you can take the exam for much less!

How much do certified case managers make?

Median annual salaries for board-certified case managers increased since 2017, ranging from $80,000—$85,000—well above median pay for registered nurses and social workers2, the two most common training backgrounds for boardcertified case managers.

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