RN, Case Manager, Chanhassen, MN - September 15, 2015
I did work many weekends from home on a computer provided by the company and phone services. I learned a lot about telehealth nursing and about their machines for vital signs and watching a persons vitals day after day. Management was pretty good, as a nurse working from home most work with management was by phone and they were always great. The hardest part of the job was the non-compliant or non-adherent patients. The most enjoyable were the people one called who were very nice and appreciative and also followed up if vitals were off.