The Certified Transitional Care Team program allows leadership teams to complete a brief online independent study course as a team. Once your leadership team completes this 3-4 hour course, your organization will stand-out from the competition as your team will have a much deeper understanding of how to most appropriately address care transitions and issues across the continuum, as well as position your organization as the preferred provider in your local community. Complete at your own pace, the Certification is a great exercise for retreats or training sessions, or the suggested readings could be done independently prior to conducting a two hour group session to complete the team requirements. This program also includes 4.0 CEU or CME for up to three licensed individuals at no extra cost.

Upon completion your team will receive a certificate that can be posted in your office, a press release you can complete to issue locally, and a Certification Seal that can be included on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures.

The initials listed after your team members names once completing this certification are: CTCF (Certified Transitional Care Fellow).

The Certified Transitional Care Fellow program allows individuals to complete a brief online independent study course individually. Once you complete this course, you will stand-out from the competition as you will have a much deeper understanding of how to most appropriately address care transitions and issues across the continuum, and position yourself and your organization as a preferred provider in your local community. Complete at your own pace. Don't miss out on this fantastic program. This program also includes 4.0 CEU or CME for licensed individuals at no extra cost.

Upon completion you will receive a certificate that can be posted in your office, a press release you can complete to issue locally, and a Certification Seal that can be included on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures.

The initials listed after your team members names once completing this certification are: CTCF (Certified Transitional Care Fellow).

The Certified Transitional Care Fellow program allows individuals to complete a brief online independent study course individually. Once you complete this course, you will stand-out from the competition as you will have a much deeper understanding of how to most appropriately address care transitions and issues across the continuum, and position yourself and your organization as a preferred provider in your local community. Complete at your own pace. Don't miss out on this fantastic program. This program also includes 4.0 CEU or CME for licensed individuals at no extra cost.

Upon completion you will receive a certificate that can be posted in your office, a press release you can complete to issue locally, and a Certification Seal that can be included on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures.

The initials listed after your team members names once completing this certification are: CTCF (Certified Transitional Care Fellow).

The Certified Transitional Care Fellow program allows individuals to complete a brief online independent study course individually. Once you complete this course, you will stand-out from the competition as you will have a much deeper understanding of how to most appropriately address care transitions and issues across the continuum, and position yourself and your organization as a preferred provider in your local community. Complete at your own pace. Don't miss out on this fantastic program. This program also includes 4.0 CEU or CME for licensed individuals at no extra cost.

Upon completion you will receive a certificate that can be posted in your office, a press release you can complete to issue locally, and a Certification Seal that can be included on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures.

The initials listed after your team members names once completing this certification are: CTCF (Certified Transitional Care Fellow).

The Certified Transitional Care Team program allows leadership teams to complete a brief online independent study course as a team. Once your leadership team completes this 3-4 hour course, your organization will stand-out from the competition as your team will have a much deeper understanding of how to most appropriately address care transitions and issues across the continuum, as well as position your organization as the preferred provider in your local community. Complete at your own pace, the Certification is a great exercise for retreats or training sessions, or the suggested readings could be done independently prior to conducting a two hour group session to complete the team requirements. This program also includes 4.0 CEU or CME for up to three licensed individuals at no extra cost.

Upon completion your team will receive a certificate that can be posted in your office, a press release you can complete to issue locally, and a Certification Seal that can be included on your business cards, website, email signature and brochures.

The initials listed after your team members names once completing this certification are: CTCF (Certified Transitional Care Fellow).

This online continuing education program on the topic of the Bundled Payments for Care Improvement (BPCI) and BPCI Advanced Programs is an independent study course, worth 1.25 hours Continuing Medical Education (physicians & pharmacists) or 1.25 hours  Continuing Education Units (Registered Nurses/LVN/LPN, Case Manager, Social Worker & Nursing Home Administrator).

The session reviews the origins of Bundled Payment programs with the passing of the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act of 2010, why the programs were necessary, what the goals of more effective care coordination are and tactics on how to effectively manage a bundled payment program.

The session includes an instruction sheet, an interactive video, an accompanying power point presentation and a competency exam at the conclusion. Participants who successfully complete the exam will automatically be provided a completion certificate.

The course includes education on the Hospital Readmission Penalty Program, nursing home Readmission Penalty information, Bundled Payments for Care Improvement Program (BPCI) and BPCI Advanced Program. The session reviews the origins of the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act of 2010, why the various programs were necessary, what the goals of more effective care coordination are and tactics on how to effectively manage care transitions to ensure quality care is delivered, patient safety, and effective cost management.

The session includes an instruction sheet, an interactive video, an accompanying power point presentation and a competency exam at the conclusion. Participants who successfully complete the exam will automatically be provided a completion certificate.