If you do, what do you do? And do you like the job, the salary? Is it stable?I am looking at something that has to do with LTC products. Basically RN case managing eg EMR auditing, collaborating with patient, family, MDs, staff, and wrangling the plan of care, etc. There would be 2 months training. All work offsite at corporate office (no travel or hands on patient care).Does anybody know what this really ends up being? I've worked some case management prior in hospice, and really it was often a 7 day a week and often 16 hour day job since I handled all the documentation part as well, the entire new admit process, routine charting, GIP, recerts, IDTs, etc. for my case load. This insurance company job recruiter says its a regular 8-5 job... seems like a good salary, etc. Just wondering what would totally suck about a job like this? I am not having a problem with the lack of bedside, actually not at all. I understand it is a corporate job. My other career was corporate.