DAN Grant, CEO of CEAgent says "I'm delighted to be partnering with AAMCN and I look forward to increasing the benefits to their members through the use of our software."
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) November 09, 2015
Today, CEAgent and the American Association of Managed Care Nurses (AAMCN) announced the availability of CEAgent's free app built specifically for managed care professionals. Managed care is a growing area of the healthcare market and AAMCN has over 3000 executive and staff nurses as members.
Made for nurses, by nurses, CEAgent is optimized with the intuitive approach of nurses that identified a problem and produced a solution for it. Rather than managing paper documents with unreliable methods, CEAgent’s founders created an innovative technological management solution.
CEAgent provides the ability to manage and track licenses, certifications, clearances and continuing education in an easy to use mobile and web based application. All entry forms within CEAgent are in-depth and detailed and, tailored exactly to a nurse’s needs.
CEAgent also has alerts and reminders built in to notify users when vital documents are nearing renewal due dates. This ensures efficient time management, for individuals, an important resource for health professionals.
The first generation version of CEAgent is optimized specifically for nurses. Managed care is a growing area of the healthcare market and AAMCN has over 3000 executive and staff nurses as members.
The AAMCN version of CEAgent allows the association to interact with their members through push notifications from the application. Association staff will also have access to various data analytics with the ability to better plan offerings to members and help build engagement.
Jacquelyn Smith, RN, BSN, MA, CMCN, President of AAMCN said, "The CEAgent app is a convenient way for nurses to stay organized and alert to renewal deadlines. The nursing profession keeps you very busy, whether you’re working at the bed-side or in management, and receiving licensure reminders and having less paperwork to keep track of is priceless. The AAMCN is excited to be able to share this unique app with our members."
The American Association of Managed Care Nurses was founded in 1994 by a group of nurses who were dedicated to providing educational and networking opportunities for nurses working throughout the managed care industry. AAMCN is a non-profit, active membership association, committed to helping nurses become successful in their local marketplace through resourceful, responsive “cutting edge” member services, education and communication.
AAMCN offers two annual conferences, online CEs, live webinars and the preparatory course for becoming a Certified Managed Care Nurse (CMCN). With so many opportunities to earn continuing education credits, it is easy to see why AAMCN would want to provide an easy way for its members to keep track of them all. To learn more about the association, visit http://www.aamcn.org.