Thank you for sharing and I understand the stress. I have been working for a small CM company for almost five years. I have about 30 to 40+ cases. When I ask not to get assigned to new patients, I am told that I have the smallest caseload in the company. I work overtime each month, and I am struggling to submit all my documentation before the deadlines. After being in the field all day, documentation would have to take place either late night, early morning or some weekends before patients or insurance adjusters blow up my phone or inbox. I am getting burned out with patients who do not take the initiative to better themselves or their situations. The more they whine, the more is handed to them on a silver platter. There is barely a work-life balance as I feel that I am on call 24/7. The only driver, to be honest, is the generous pay. I sometimes think about returning to the bedside parttime, or perhaps starting an entrepreneurial venture since I am already an independent contractor. I hope to save enough money so I can go for the latter.