Case Management Nurse

A Case Management Nurse creates and coordinates long-term care plans for patients to help them be as healthy as possible.
Required education
ADN or BSN
Annual average salary
Attributes
Independent
Managerial
Patient-facing
Research-oriented
Structured
Varied
You’ll work closely with patients for the duration of their treatment, building long-lasting relationships that are highly rewarding.
What you’ll do
What you’ll do

Education

You’ll schedule doctor’s appointments and surgeries, and work with insurance companies to develop the most cost-effective strategies.

Management

You’ll schedule doctor’s appointments and surgeries, and work with insurance companies to develop the most cost-effective strategies.

Research

You’ll stay up to date with the latest treatments.

Treatment

You’ll develop, monitor and adjust treatment plans to ensure patients are always receiving the most effective care.

Where you’ll work
  • Hospitals
  • Private practices
  • Rehabilitation clinics
How to become a Case Management Nurse

02

Pass the NCLEX-RN .

03

Work as a Registered Nurse, gaining at least 2,000 hours of experience in Case Management.

04

Get your Case Management Nurse Certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.

05

Complete 30 hours of continuing education in Case Management

06

You’re ready to work as a Case Management Nurse.

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Getting Real: Today’s Nurse
Case Managers are responsible for helping their patients understand their health status and coordinating long-term care. According to The Journal of Nursing Scholarship, more than 93 percent of the case-management workforce is made up of registered nurses.
2017-08-31T04:00:00Z
A Forensic Nurse’s role is also research-oriented.
A Nurse Manager is another type of management nurse.
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