My opinion is, if the company is URAC approved it has to meet certain standards ( such as making sure if you need a license to practice in that state).
Case Management is a broad field ( are they taking about disease management or high risk management) that requires one on one with a patient.
UR is more behind the scenes, I would ask what type of tool do they use for example Interqual ??
The pluses would be:
A. You would be employed as a RN.
B. You will learn US levels of care and the insurance system ( which is huge).
C. The company should give you an extensive orientation.
D. If doing case management - there will be scripts to follow.
The negative sides are:
A. Not hands on nursing.
B. Will be working remote may get a negative reception from the other end of the line ( most people like to deal with people locally not a distance away).
C. If calling patients and render wrong information potentially could be open to law suits ( insurance company should provide American Malpractice Insurance