CCM EXam, Questions and Tips - page 40
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:confused: I'm going to be taking the CCM Exam for the first time this Fall, and would like to hear from those who have taken it; i.e. what study materials (if any), did you find useful, and which areas of the test were the... Read More
- 0Apr 5, '11 by tensgrrljoyhiken1, have you taken the exam yet? I took it today, passed easily.
Some advice, read the questions carefully, look at each of the four possible answers, you will be able to easily eliminate two of the four even if you don't have a clue
I found the questions to be very practice centered, no trick questions.
- 1Apr 6, '11 by joyhiker1Congratulations in passing the test. I go April 15. I wanted to go in the morning but was full so I will be taking my test at 12 noon. I am nervous because I took the test in back of CCM Exam Secrets and what I have studied for weeks did not seem to correlate with the questions. I got alot right but several I missed. I pray I pass. Thanks for the info.
- 0Apr 6, '11 by tensgrrlthanks, you will do fine. With the time you have left to study, I would study psychosocial aspects of cm, negotiation and communication, and the role of the cm. There was very little clinical, very little legislation, a few questions on ethics, a few on ur, liability issues. Really, you have plenty of time to take the test and there is a way to mark the questions so you can come back to them at the end of the test, so skip the ones you want to take more time with and answer the rest.
What study guides are you using?
- 0Apr 10, '11 by tensgrrlWow, with all that studing you should just breeze through the exam. I do not recall any questions about health care reform.
Honestly, if was one of the most practice relevant exams I've ever taken. Just take a deep breath, be sure to read every question carefully, and look at each answer. You'll be able to eliminate at least two of the answer options right away. You can also skip any question and come back to it at any time. Really pay attention to the tutorial at the beginning and you can also ask the test center employee to help you with the program mechanics. You have more time that you need.
With the time you have left, focus on: process and relationships and psycho social intervention. Just my opinion and advice.
Write me and let me know how you did.
- 0Apr 14, '11 by bling32I having lurking in this site for a few weeks now. I took the CCM exam today and PASSED! I used "A Case Managers Study Guide Preparing For Certification" by Denise Fattorusso 3rd edition" to study. But, in my opinion it did not help much. I spent many hours studying and I felt it did not prepare me. The questions on the exam were very general and I never felt that I was absolutely sure of my answers. I will tell you there were a lot of questions on the ADA and HIPAA. There were a few on UR and Medicare. Of all the study questions that I did from the study guide and on the free Dr. Linton, I only recognized one question. There were also a few questions about reporting abuse, and consent. My best advise is to give is to think like a case manager when you answer the questions. Best wishes to all!
- 0Apr 15, '11 by RNNYC78bling,
Congulations!!!!!! I know you are going to party tonight.
I am taking it tomorrow, and i failed once in July. Did you remember any complementary therapy questions and any special programs that are weird and you never heard before? Last time they asked me a question on Yoga and electrical pulsing therapy. Did you see questions on psychosocial issues?
- 1Apr 15, '11 by bling32topics were motivational interviewing, methadone, code of conduct - taping of session between client and case manager and another question, long-term care/payment, part a medicare coverage, definition of disabilty according to ada, definition of tpa, definition of collaberation - very few laws.
- hipaa/state law. does hipaa supersede state laws?
- methadone is treatment for which drug? answers: heroine? cocaine? alcohol,
- what does conflict give in communication? i put it identifies there is a problem that needs resolution.
- when is it okay to tape record an initial assessment? answers: with verbal permission of pt, with written permission of pt, never, …..
- purpose of disease mgt
- pt with chronic illness, a family is taught to care for pt. what will the happen. answers: family member might be isolated, will give force others in family to be involved in care, etc.
- difference between skilled care and subacute. answers: higher patient/nurse ratios, long term placement available, etc
- a couple of questions on culutral competence: what the cm should do in respect t a person’s culture
- tbi ( couple of questions) ….. one uses rancho scale
- something about the doctors to use for pt with problems with periphal neuropathy