Managed Care Nurses work with patients who mainly rely on government-funded healthcare. They help patients practice preventative care, and encourage regular check-ups and vaccinations for themselves and their families. This keeps medical costs down and helps their patients stay as healthy as possible. As a Managed Care Nurse, you’ll often work with the elderly and the poor, many of who rely on programs like Medicare or Medicaid. You’ll also serve as the liaison between your patients, their insurance company, and their doctor, making sure they get consistent access to quality healthcare.
Education Requirements: ASN or BSN
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