Commission for Case Manager Certification Accepting Applications for Voluntary Service on its Board of Commissioners

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The Commission seeks nominations for new Commissioners with passion and skills to contribute to support the organization's mission to promote the professional practice of case management.

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We are excited to welcome new Commissioners to the Board to work with other professionals that represent leaders in health care.

The Commission for Case Manager Certification (the Commission) is now accepting applications for volunteer service on its Board of Commissioners. These volunteers will play a key role in the strategic direction of the Commission and their contributions will continue to shape the future of the profession of case management. With more than 37,000 individuals currently holding the CCM® credential, the Commission is the leading voice of case management practice. Its mission and vision is dedicated to upholding rigorous standards for the CCM certification exam and ethical and quality practice through its Code of Professional Conduct.

The Commission seeks nominations for new Commissioners with passion and skills to contribute to these objectives while bringing a diversity of skills, backgrounds, practice settings and expertise to the organization. The Commission seeks nominees who are willing to support the organization’s mission to promote the professional practice of case management through certification and related services.

“We are excited to welcome new Commissioners to the Board to work with other professionals that represent leaders in health care,” Commissioner and Incoming-Chair, Sandra Zawalski said. “These individuals will have multiple opportunities to directly impact the practice of case management. These are exciting times in health care, and the Commission is poised to be instrumental in promoting the importance and value of case management for consumers.”

Elected Commissioners will serve four-year terms beginning in July 2015. Expectations of service include participating in strategic discussions and decisions while contributing to the work of selected committees and task forces. Commissioners serve as stewards of the organization, including both fiduciary and promotional activities. Annual activities include approving a budget, monitoring the overall financial operations of the Commission, and positively and powerfully representing the organization by endorsing the CCM certification.

Interested individuals can complete an online application by visiting the Commission’s website at http://www.ccmcertification.org. Candidates must submit their completed application by March 2, 2015. For questions or assistance, please contact the Commission at 856-380-6836 or by email at ccmchq(at)ccmcertification(dot)org.

About The Commission:
The Commission for Case Manager Certification (The Commission) is the first and largest nationally accredited organization that certifies case managers. The Commission is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that oversees the process of case manager certification with its CCM® credential. The Commission is positioned as the most active and prestigious certification organization supporting the case management industry. For more information, visit http://www.ccmcertification.org.

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