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I am a candidate for the August 2019 CCM Exam.


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I am committed to being successful.


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I need accountability and structure.



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I am short on time but can commit to a 6-hour intensive course on Tues, Jun 25.

Then this Online Boot Camp is for You!

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Only $397.00 or 2- payments of $215.00

(Boot camp is Tues, June 25th at 11 a ET/10 a CT/8 a PT. See full schedule.)

What you will receive:

  • Six hours of intensive CCM Exam Prep.
  • Instructors who have SUCCESSFULLY coached 100s of candidates to Pass the CCM exam.
  • Access to Instructors via email to answer questions as you prepare for the exam.
  • Ideas to enhance learning and make study time efficient. 
  • Opportunity during and after for Q & A.
  • BONUS! Our most popular Video on Successful Test Taking Strategies for the CCM


Four Great Instructors! One Convenient Day!


Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

11 a – 5 p Eastern

10 a – 4 p Central

8 a – 2 p Pacific


 Session 1: Care Delivery

 Session 2: Reimbursement Models

 Session 3: Psychosocial Concepts and Support Systems

  Session 4: Quality and Outcomes Evaluations and Measurements

Session 5: Rehabilitation Concepts and Strategies

Session 6: Ethical, Legal and Practice Standards

 Session 7: Test Your Knowledge

*Date and Time are subject to change with adequate notice.

If the above times don’t work for you, we have TWO other great options!

On-demand Course

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Online Live Prep Course

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Meet the Instructors

Anne Llewellyn, RN-BC, MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRNAnne Llewellyn MS, BHSA, CCM, CRRN, RN-BC, is a healthcare leader with over 40 years of experience.

Anne is a Past President of the Case Management Society of America and was one of the original authors of the American Nurses Credentialing Center book, Case Management Review and Resource Manual. Anne has lectured nationally and internationally on case management, patient advocacy, and care coordination. She currently writes a healthcare Blog, Nurse Advocate.


Barbara Kuritz, RN BS LHCA, CCM, has held various roles in health care for over 30 years.

Barbara’s focus has been on case management, education, and leadership. She has published articles on Case Management in Case in Point. Barbara is a past MidAtlantic Chapter President of Case Management Society of America.


Laura Ostrowsky, RN, CCM, MUP, holds a Master’s Degree in Health Planning and Policy from Hunter College.  She has been a CMSA member since 2005 and has served on the Board of Directors of the NYC Chapter of CMSA since 2011, and CMSA National from 2016-2018.  In 2012 she was CMSA Case Manager of the Year. Laura has over 40 years of health care experience, including time as a staff nurse, QA Coordinator, Director of UR and QA, followed by directorships in CM at New York Presbyterian (NYP), and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.  She is currently writing, teaching and consulting on all things Case Management.

Laura has published articles on Case Management in CMSA Today, Professional Case Management, Case in Point, The Patient Flow Journal and other periodicals.  She regularly presents at national conferences including CMSA, the Patient Advocate Institute and others on topics ranging from case management, patient flow, and payer provider collaboration to advocacy, collaborative practice and case management’s role in the changing health care environment.


Carol King, MSN, RN-BC,  has been certified in ANCC Nurse Case Management since 2001. She has worked in managed care, inpatient rehabilitation, & acute care settings. She recently retired from full-time work and provides consulting through King RN Patient Advocates, focusing on various aspects of patient advocacy and CM education/training. She earned a BSN from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA and an MSN in Nursing Administration from ASU in Tempe, AZ.

Carol is very involved with the Case Management Society of America (CMSA), previously serving on the national board. She currently serves on the Arizona chapter board. She is active in the area of Public Policy and co-chaired a CMSA national Multi-State Licensure Task Force for 3 years.

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