In the time I was at Meridian, I worked for 4 different direct managers. The upper level management of this team remained the same, however, they were vicious and fired people who sneezed wrong.
No one could stay in charge of the Community Care Coordination program. The nurses and social workers were expected to work 8 hour days, which, because we were salaried, was more like 10 hour days. As of this writing, Meridian is down to 2 nurses in the whole program - down from the much-needed 8-10. If you're interviewing for this role, be warned that this is much more than a job - it's your life.
One big problem many of us faced was that those of us going into this role were given an incredibly low start rate. We took it because the actual work with members is - and remains - great. When they hired in new staff, these individuals were given a 10K higher base salary and when we'd take this to management as a grievance - we'd get fired. Leaving this job was the very best move I've ever made.
Poor management, poor treatment of existing employees, poor benefits