Care coordination and transition management (CCTM) nurses make sure patients get the right care, at the right time, by the right provider.
Members of the Media
Patients in the U.S. are falling between the cracks in our complicated health care system. That’s why care coordination and transition management (CCTM) has become one of the hottest topics in health care today.
The American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing (AAACN) is the industry leader in educating nurses so they can provide top-quality CCTM services across the industry. Our CCTM leaders are the experts to quote in your stories about care coordination and new ways to guard family members who are ill. Our experts will give your readers insights and answers to safer, more affordable care.
What are the most urgent issues about care coordination?
Ineffective CCTM practices cost health care facilities millions of dollars every year. Ultimately, it’s Americans who pay the price.
How are CCTM nurses solving the problems?
CCTM nurses protect patients from getting lost in the health care system. They lead interprofessional teams, coordinate care, and keep all health care team members fully informed about the patient.
CCTM nurses save facilities money because patients are not needlessly readmitted. They also ensure patients return home well-informed and confident about their future.
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