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by USMCRN2015 USMCRN2015 (New Member) New Member

USMCRN2015 specializes in Intake, Home Care.

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Hi! I'm an RN with a year HH experience. I will have my BSN in June and have recently been asked to interview for my company for a Case Manager position to open up. It's for a rather large company in MA and deals primarily in HH, and LTC. I literally have NO idea what kind of salary to ask for. I'm out of Boston, MA. I currently work nights and want to make my switch to days worth it if I can. Any advice on CM salary around the New England area?

Thank you!!!

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USMCRN2015 specializes in Intake, Home Care.

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Oh and I did research average salaries but would like to hear it from those out there!

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BacktotheBeach has 4 years experience.

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Would love to hear some replies on this as well. I just had an interview within the same hospital system I'm currently employed in for CM position and am hoping for a bit of a pay raise.

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USMCRN2015 specializes in Intake, Home Care.

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Anyone?

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BacktotheBeach has 4 years experience.

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Well, I was offered the position today, at the same rate I make as a staff RN. This will be a salary position, though, 40 hours instead of my .9 FT. A little more vacation and no weekends or holidays. They would not negotiate on the salary. Does this sound normal?

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I was offered a position in CM at the facility where I currently work. It is an hourly position, 40 hours/week, rotating holidays and every 5th weekend. They will pay $1.45 more per hour than my wage as a floor nurse. I work in Nebraska, though. Not New England.

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