CCM PREP

Overwhelmed by the thought of studying for the CCM? This course will set you up for success and take some of the mystery out of the CCM Exam. Each weekly class will cover a CCM Core Component, glossary terms and practice questions in an interactive, entertaining environment. The Case Management test metrics have been used to determine the amount of time dedicated to each area. Test taking strategies will be reviewed and there will be no less than 300 practice test questions provided. Several endorsed resources have been used to create this review course. Additional review resources will also be provided.

Biography

Paulette started her career at Optum Health in May 2014 as an Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) Case Manager. This was a new program and Paulette has been very involved in developing the tools and processes for the program. She was responsible for starting the IDT program at the North Tenaya campus with just a social worker and physician. Once staff was hired and trained, Paulette moved to the South Eastern Campus where she conducted training of the new case managers. She was active in a committee to revise the assessment and care plan tools that were currently in use. Paulette transferred to the Continuity of Care Department with United Healthcare as an Inpatient Case Manager in early 2016. In her role as a Case Manager, she works with the Northern Nevada inpatient population for discharge planning. She also works closely with the hospitals in Reno for Utilization Management. She has been given many opportunities in the Continuity of Care Department to cross-train to different departments, train new employees, and work on a pilot project where she was responsible for developing all the training materials and conducting the teaching. Her volunteerism and community involvement includes her financial involvement in the Wounded Warrior Project as well as Project 150, which helps homeless high school students with meals and clothes as well as resources so they can graduate high school. Paulette volunteers monthly with Helping Hands of Southern Nevada by delivering pantry food to homebound seniors. Paulette is dedicated to a career in nursing education and to improve the overall nursing climate. She hopes to continue to grow in a position that allows for mentoring, teaching and innovation in nursing.
Paulette Raven
Paulette graduated with an Associate of Science in Nursing, with high honors, from the University of Montana at Montana Tech. Immediately after graduation she began her nursing career as an Emergency Room RN at Carson Tahoe Regional Medical Center and started an RN to BSN program at Fort Hays State University. Paulette found herself back in Las Vegas and accepted a position at Nellis Air Force Base as an Emergency Room Nurse where she worked for the next 8 years. She quickly became involved in nursing education and was certified as a Nurse Preceptor for the new graduate nurses starting at the hospital.

Registration Opens September 15th

Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy During the Time of COVID and Beyond.

$15

Special Virtual Event Pricing
  • June 15, 2021 at 6 PM

  • You will earn 1 CEU (CCM pre-approved) upon completion

  • The cost of the program after 6/5 is $20

Paulette started her career at Optum Health in May 2014 as an Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) Case Manager. This was a new program and Paulette has been very involved in developing the tools and processes for the program. She was responsible for starting the IDT program at the North Tenaya campus with just a social worker and physician. Once staff was hired and trained, Paulette moved to the South Eastern Campus where she conducted training of the new case managers. She was active in a committee to revise the assessment and care plan tools that were currently in use. Paulette transferred to the Continuity of Care Department with United Healthcare as an Inpatient Case Manager in early 2016. In her role as a Case Manager, she works with the Northern Nevada inpatient population for discharge planning. She also works closely with the hospitals in Reno for Utilization Management. She has been given many opportunities in the Continuity of Care Department to cross-train to different departments, train new employees, and work on a pilot project where she was responsible for developing all the training materials and conducting the teaching. Her volunteerism and community involvement includes her financial involvement in the Wounded Warrior Project as well as Project 150, which helps homeless high school students with meals and clothes as well as resources so they can graduate high school. Paulette volunteers monthly with Helping Hands of Southern Nevada by delivering pantry food to homebound seniors. Paulette is dedicated to a career in nursing education and to improve the overall nursing climate. She hopes to continue to grow in a position that allows for mentoring, teaching and innovation in nursing.


More About Paulette Raven
Paulette was nominated to the hospital’s safety program in which she won the Patient Safety Award from the United States Air Force for a hospital wide safety campaign at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center, Las Vegas, NV. During this time, she completed her RN to BSN program graduating Suma Cum Laude. She was awarded a $1,250 scholarship for her research project on the Accuracy of the Temporal Artery Thermometer which was selected to be presented at a state wide research convention. Paulette then applied for a Master’s of Nursing Education program at Aspen University and completed her Master’s program in 2016.

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