About Us

The Commission for Case Manager Certification® 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. The CCM® is the first nationally accredited case manager credential. The Commission is positioned as the most active and prestigious certification organization supporting the case management industry.

Did you Know…

  • Board-certified case managers number over 40,000 today
  • Board-certified case managers live and work in all 50 states, U.S. territories and abroad
  • Over 60,000 case managers have earned the CCM since 1992
  • The percentage of employers who require board-certification is growing, 40.2% in 2014 vs. 25.9% in 2004
  • More employers offer additional compensation for board-certification, 30% in 2014 vs. 20% in 2004

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CCMC's Vision, Mission and Values


The Vision of CCMC is to be the global leader committed to the advancement and evolution of case management.


The Mission of CCMC is to advocate for professional case management excellence through certification and interrelated programs and services.


Through the development and management of a comprehensive professional certification for qualified case managers, CCMC will promote, advance and advocate for:

  1. consumer protection
  2. quality case management practice
  3. ethical standards and behavior
  4. scientific knowledge development and dissemination

The Commission is inviting all membership, education and certification organizations supporting case management practice to collaborate in this movement to nurture and grow a reliable, well-prepared professional case management workforce. The CCMC New World Symposium is part of the Commission's CM Learning Network®

CCMC New World Symposium Goals & Learning Objectives:

  • Create awareness of the current and future landscape influencing the patient, family and care provider(s) across the care continuum.
  • Empower the leadership role of the case manager through education, advocacy and ethical practice.
  • Establish a forum for discussion related to outcomes through research and evidence based practice.
  • Provide resources, knowledge and skill development related to the practice of case management across practice settings.
  • Promote networking with colleagues to establish a more integrated community of health care team members advancing enhanced patient experience, improved population health, smarter spending and improved work/life balance for health care providers.