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    I am a LPN and currenly work in UM (utilization managment) department in a Managed care company but plan to move to North Carolina in a few years . I have worked Home care , Foster care , Dialyisis,Neurology and Driug rehab.Im looking to continue to work is a UM pre auth position or research.I would also beinterested in remote work..I would love to work as a Hospital or Faciluty Liason type position.Any Ideas ?

    Originally posted to Ask a Nurse on March 25th, 2013 by Lori D. Meadows.  Migrated to new user forums by Mighty Nurse.

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    Things can change a lot in a couple of years, so in the mean time, why don’t you consider returning to school to become a RN? Not sure about hospitals where you live, but many are eliminating LPN positions. Being a RN gives you many more opportunities. What is a faciluty liason? ( faculty? or facility? liaison?) Maybe it is related to your current job. In the mean time, work on skills that are helpful where ever you work. (People skills, teaching experiences, personal development, use of software such as Word, Power Point, Excel, Access)

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