- by Hotfornursing Jan 12Just curious, are all HH RN's case managers in the homehealth setting or do some agencies have case managers and field RN's?
- Jan 12 by akaniniI live in NYC. My mom is a Case Manager with a Home Health agency. She doesn't go out into the field. The Field Nurses do. Some agencies have the Case Managers doing both, I heard. I'm
- Jan 12 by paradiseboundRNThe field nurses are called case managers. They are called that because a patient may have mutiple disciplines (nurse, physical therapist, occupational therapist, social worker, home health aide) seeing the patient and its the nursing responsibility to oversee them all and make sure that are acting in the best interest of the patient. For example, if the nurse notices that a patient is more lethargic today, she may call the physical therapist and suggest that she reschedule the visit.
- Jan 13 by Peds_HH RNQuote from HotfornursingIt depends on the agency. I have been the field RN/case manager and also just worked in the office as a case manager. Some companies even vary based on the office. Currently work for company that has separate offices for private duty, rehab, visits, and Medicare...each one has a different use of RNs.Just curious, are all HH RN's case managers in the homehealth setting or do some agencies have case managers and field RN's?
- Jan 14 by I<3H2OI am an RN Case Manager who sees pts in the field.
- Jan 15 by KelRN215I am an RN Case Manager who works in the office and sees patients in the field. I do not see all of the patients I case manage though. I have some nurses who are exclusively field nurses.