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new grad rn case manager going rate?

  1. 0 i am a new grad rn. i had an interview with a home health agency for a case management position. it went very well. i amschedule dfor a second interview. just wondering what a ball park figure salar is for a case manager. so if you will...name your state/area, starting salary for new grad rn case manager
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  3. Visit  orgo geek profile page
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    anyone?
  4. Visit  enchantmentdis profile page
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    Quote from orgo geek
    i am a new grad rn. i had an interview with a home health agency for a case management position. it went very well. i amschedule dfor a second interview. just wondering what a ball park figure salar is for a case manager. so if you will...name your state/area, starting salary for new grad rn case manager


    $32-42/hr in California, i've heard.
  5. Visit  orgo geek profile page
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    thanks!
    i am in nyc. is it similar in nyc?
  6. Visit  Merced profile page
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    I haven't been a Case Manager for 10 years, but in California it used to be required to have a number of years experience as a R.N., before becoming a Case Manager (because you are working independently ,and are the team leader).
  7. Visit  orgo geek profile page
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    Quote from Merced
    I haven't been a Case Manager for 10 years, but in California it used to be required to have a number of years experience as a R.N., before becoming a Case Manager (because you are working independently ,and are the team leader).
    thanks for replying!
    I am a new grad in nyc. this particular agency that i am interested in prides themselves on not only having a good training program but also having resources available to you becuase you are not in the feild but at a desk and therefore have many co-workers to draw from if need be.
  8. Visit  divernurse profile page
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    i will be starting as a case manager in november first! not much of clinical experience though, just home health for a few months. anyway, i will be receiving 20/hour from a home health company in itasca, illinois. prior to that, i went to an interview for another home health company but it's in lincolnwood, illinois and they were offering me 28/hour. i just chose the 20/hour due to its proximity to where i live.
  9. Visit  HappyGo1 profile page
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    Hello,

    Im also in a similar situation. Did u finally find out what the starting salary is?
    Thank you
  10. Visit  orgo geek profile page
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    i dont know what the hourly break down is but my starting salary is a little over 70K yearly
  11. Visit  HappyGo1 profile page
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    I really appreciate that info ORGO!
    It will help me.

    Thank you
  12. Visit  cam159 profile page
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    If you don't mind me asking which agency in nyc are you talking about? and do they often hire new grads? im looking for a job!
    Thankss!
  13. Visit  Chi Town RN, BSN profile page
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    I am a new grad and I am having trouble finding a job, esp without any experience. I have found a few non-clinical positions (Case management, Nurse Reviewer) that will hire new grads. My question is, will starting my career in non-clinical positions hurt my career or slow it down since I will not be practicing my hands on/patient care skills?
  14. Visit  mtngrl profile page
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    That depends where u want to go in your career as nurse. I sure wouldn't go apply for a clinical position now after being in case management for
    a few years now. But I personally don't want to, so that's fine as long as I can keep a job like this. There are always refresher courses, though when I looked for some I didn't find ANY in my area.

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