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Nebraska Methodist College's MSN Care Coordinator Program Begins This FallPublished: May 12, 2021
Nebraska Methodist College (NMC) is proud to introduce its latest program: MSN Care Coordinator.
Beginning this fall, registered nurses can earn their MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) as a care coordinator. This track within the MSN program will teach evidence-based rationale, leadership principles and skills as a patient advocate and educator.
What Is a Care Coordinator?
Health care is ever-evolving, with many moving parts to ensure patients' needs are met. Because a patient can have multiple health care workers on their care team, a care coordinator is needed to be a liaison between all of the moving parts. Care coordination helps to safely transition patients between various levels of care. It's a challenging but rewarding job, and it promises to let you positively influence the health and well-being of others in the community.
What Jobs Can I Get With a Degree in Care Coordination?
Nurses who have an MSN in care coordination can work in many different environments, including hospitals, clinics, home health, emergency rooms and long-term care facilities. Care coordinators are needed as the health care industry changes and becomes more complex. Other jobs nurses with an MSN in care coordination have are:
- Nurse care manager
- Patient/nurse advocate
- Managed care nurse
- Transition manager
Take the Next Step
Interested in learning more about NMC's MSN Care Coordinator program? Use these resources: