Registered nurse case managers work in hospitals and clinics. They are responsible for overseeing the work of nurses at the facility. They plan and supervise the implementation of appropriate care for patients and assist in exams and evaluations of the patients' conditions.
This is not an entry-level position. RN case managers typically have years of experience on the job as nurses, in addition to holding a nursing degree. Due to the complex set of responsibilities and tough patient care decisions that come with it, this position can be quite overwhelming. If you are really good at your job as an RN case manager, you will get the privilege to do everyone else's work, too.
As opposed to the rotating shifts of nurses, though, RN case managers usually work regular hours in 8-hour shifts. Their average annual salary is around $64,000, potentially reaching as much as $83,370, if you have the highest qualifications and most relevant experience.