There are many jobs that lend themselves easily to being work from home positions. Then there are others that simply seem impossible to do from a home office. One of those professions that comes to mind may be nursing. After all, don’t all nurses work in a hospital, doctor’s office, or some other sort of care facility? Well, nursing has seen an incredible increase in the number of telecommuting jobs available. Here are just five great telecommuting jobs for nurses.
1. Care Manager
In this remote job, the ideal candidate will work full-time while providing case management services and support to health plan members with health limitations and care needs. Requires and active RN license, case management knowledge, and 3 years clinical experience.
2. RN Patient Discharge Call Center
The nurse will call patients recently discharged from ER or hospital in order to follow up on patient progress and ensure medical needs are being addresses. Nursing degree is desired. RN plus at least two years healthcare experience preferred. Home based.
3. Adjunct Online College of Nursing and Health Care Professions—Advanced Pharmacology
Board certified Nurse Practitioner needed to teach college level courses on pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles and how physiological variables impact drug interactions. MSN is also required. Part-time, work at home.
4. Field Nurse Case Manager
Nursing professional with CCM certification will coordinate and monitor treatment programs for injured workers and establish return to work plans. Liaise with employers, insurance carriers and providers about patient's progress. Work from home.
5. Clinical Nurse Reviewer
A Clinical Nurse Reviewer will handle clinical certification activities to ensure patients receive proper care. Must be registered nurse or LPN with at least two years' clinical experience. Full-time. Work from home.
Nursing has definitely made its way from the hospital to the home office! So if you’re interested in pursuing a nursing career (but still want work-life balance), a telecommuting nursing position may be just what the doctor ordered!