Case Managers play a similar role to GCMs and LCPs, assessing and coordinating health and human services for patients with a wide range of needs.
With your Case Management Certificate you’ll plan and manage patient care, research cost-effective options, be the point person on the team of specialists that you assemble, and support your client’s family with information and suggestions. RNs, therapists, rehabilitation counselors and social workers are a natural fit for this career.
Based on a survey by the Case Management Society of America and ADVANCE for Providers of Post-Acute Care, starting salaries in this growing profession might be $55,000 for government agencies and insurance carriers, and at least $75,000 for home health agencies or through independent practice.
Select from employment opportunities in diverse and rewarding practice areas, including acute and long-term care facilities, workers’ compensation carriers, managed care organizations, and human services agencies.
This program is designed for health and human services professionals, including registered nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, rehabilitation counselors, psychologists, and medical doctors.