Case management nurses coordinate care for patients who need long-term therapy. They provide optimal timing for all treatment aspects. For example, for a cancer patient, case management nurses will coordinate visits to primary care physicians, surgeries, radiation, and chemotherapy treatments. Typically, a case management nurse will specialize in a certain area like geriatrics, pediatrics, or AIDS.
Available Jobs and Median Annual Salary for Case Management Nurses
Case Managers earn about $48,000 per year. You can find all available case management jobs near you by using our job search engine.
To become a case manger, you need an RN with BSN, but an MSN preferred. Find the right nursing degree for your career.
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