As a travel nurse case manager, you already know a lot about making the best use of the resources available to you. After all, you do it every day: whether it’s helping patients and families navigate obstacles to their health or working with a facility to improve patient outcomes, you are a master of maximizing on the resources at hand.
It’s not always easy to apply that same philosophy to your personal finances. Being a case manager has a lot of perks — from battling burnout to having more flexible hours, from understanding patients better to improving job security. Though travel nurse case manager salary is one of the highest for RNs, it also takes a bit of savvy resource management to make sure your take-home pay is as high as it can be.
In this eBook, we’ll take a look at every facet of your compensation package.
- Pay rate
- Housing stipend
- Travel stipend
- Meals and incidentals stipend
- Medical benefits
- 401(K) contributions
We’ll give you everything you need to know to maximize your travel nurse case manager compensation.