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Care Coordination
Graduate Certificate in Nursing

Develop your ability to improve patient engagement and make a positive impact in the field. The graduate certificate in care coordination is for nursing professionals who want to build expertise in client assessment, care planning, transitioning of care, clinical efficiency and other key areas of practice. Using an evidence-based approach, you’ll explore the structure and process of care coordination, learn how emerging health care models affect the delivery of care and develop your understanding of successful quality measurement.

Our patient-focused curriculum is centered on a holistic view of patient care, including patient advocacy and education during recovery. 

Apply your certificate toward a master’s degree

By earning your graduate certificate in care coordination from Capella University, you will have already completed more than a third of the work toward earning a Capella MSN in care coordination.

Practical Experience with Vila Health

Practice communication, collaboration, problem-solving, and decision-making skills in Vila Health, our simulated health care environment.

Classes start July 8

Apply today with no application fee.

At a glance

  • 100% Online
  • 5 Core courses

Reduce your tuition by $1,000

Enroll in a qualified program and apply for a $1K Capella Progress Reward, a scholarship to help fund your certificate. Eligibility rules apply. Connect with us for details.

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