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by MomRN0913 2,679 Views | 16 Comments

Hope I am posting in the right place....I am having my final interview for an RN disability CM/ consultant position with a large insurance co pa y. I've never donetbis before, but I did well with my case studies and passed my... Read More


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    I did try united healthcare for a telecommute position. Months after I submitted my résumé they emailed me back saying the position was filled but told me to apply for others.

    I feel so defeated. Travelers I insuarnce to. 4 interviews right up to the VP and didn't get the job.

    I'm going to be in HH h ell forever
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    Jamaica820- I interviewed with prudential.
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    Mom, keep trying. I had interviews with multiple places too before I landed where I am. I saw your posts in the home health forum, you poor thing, sounds like ur rocking a crazy case load. I would keep applying to whatever interests you, eventually it all works out. I work hospice triage on the weekends, it's pretty low stress, is something like that a possibility instead of case management?
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    Quote from lovinlife11
    Mom, keep trying. I had interviews with multiple places too before I landed where I am. I saw your posts in the home health forum, you poor thing, sounds like ur rocking a crazy case load. I would keep applying to whatever interests you, eventually it all works out. I work hospice triage on the weekends, it's pretty low stress, is something like that a possibility instead of case management?
    Do you enjoy doing case management and hospice? I am currently working as a home health Nurse with a very short staffed company, recently I (fingers crossed) interviewed with a company to start as a case manager. If I get the job I would like to still work part time as home health so I can still do some hands on care and not abandon the company I work for. Any advice? You feel this is doable?
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    Honestly, I hate case management in HH. Sorry. But it seems different at your company. We are also their field nurse. Case managers do EVERYTHING in my company. I'm trying to get into realy case management.

    I'm sure case management in HH is decent if you are not also the nurse in the field.

    Good luck!
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    Quote from MomRN0913
    Honestly, I hate case management in HH. Sorry. But it seems different at your company. We are also their field nurse. Case managers do EVERYTHING in my company. I'm trying to get into realy case management.

    I'm sure case management in HH is decent if you are not also the nurse in the field.

    Good luck!
    Oh no! Currently I'm strictly home health, RN. With some supervision. I recently applied for a "real" case management job through a completely separate company! I agree home health case management is the pits! That's why I'm hoping it pans out with this company. I was just want to still do home health part time to keep skills up to dat
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    Part time home health I could do without case management. Just seeing patients for visits would be fine. Case managing in home health is awful. Especially with my problem-child caseload.

    I wish you the best of luck, I long to be a real case manager!
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