Registered nurse case manager

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What does a Registered Nurse Case Manager do?

A registered nurse case manager is a registered nurse who integrates the needs of the individual patient with medical services and insurance companies. They can work for healthcare practitioners, hospitals or insurance companies. The registered nurse case manager collaborates with all professionals who provide care for patients and ensure that all available resources are considered in managing the individual patient's health plan.

Working as a Registered Nurse Case Manager

A registered nurse case manager may work at a medical practice, an insurance company or work from home and travel. Here are some of the duties and responsibilities of a registered nurse case manager:

  • Perform initial intake of the patient
  • Review insurance policies to find what options are available for patients and medical staff
  • Consult with caseworkers and other professionals to determine the best strategy to treat patients
  • Evaluate all patient medical records and communicate information to medical professionals
  • Accommodate patients in their care with emotional support and answer questions about treatment options

How much does a Registered Nurse Case Manager make in the United States?

Average base salary
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6.6k salaries reported, updated at Jun 28, 2020
$72,800
per year
The average salary for a registered nurse case manager is $72,800 per year in the United States and $11,925 overtime per year.
Additional compensation
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Overtime
$11,925
per year
Most common benefits
  • Mileage reimbursement
  • Relocation assistance
  • Vision insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Loan assistance

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Frequently asked questions
Common questions about being a Registered Nurse Case Manager

Can a registered nurse become a registered nurse case manager without extra training?

Yes. There are positions that will work with you and provide ongoing job training or reimbursement for classes.

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What hours do registered nurse case manager work?

Registered nurse case managers tend to work 8 hour shifts Monday through Friday. Some registered nurse case manager may be required to work on weekends or 12-hour shifts, but it will depend on the specific needs of the healthcare setting.

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Are registered nurse care managers in demand?

Yes, registered nurse care managers are in high demand currently and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics is forecasting higher than average growth over the next decade.

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