I am currently working as a Workers' Compensation TCM from home and need a change. Within the next year, I would like to get a job as a OHN at an outside facility (manufacturing, corporate, or clinic...not sure which). I recently got my CCM and COHN-S certifications and am wondering if it's worth it to get the COHN-S/CM. Is it better to have COHN-S/CM or to have the COHN-S with the CCM? ABOHN charges a lot for to add on the CM certification ($125 application fee, $150 examination fee, and $150 for the certificate; total = $425). I'm not sure if it is worth the cost. I know looking at OHN job ads that most want someone with the COHN or COHN-S certification but I haven't seen any specify the COHN-S/CM. Any thoughts/opinions/experience that you'd like to share?
Oct 2, '09
I PM you regarding your case manager certification. Thanks.
Last edit by JerseyLilly on Oct 2, '09