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On Becoming A Respiratory Case Manager
Another interesting area to get involved with as a respiratory therapist is Respiratory Case Management. It requires a lot of work and dedication. Broad knowledge of respiratory care is needed as well as the skill to coordinate and focus on continuum of care , managed care and care access. In this age of cutting-edge technology, we need dedicated therapist to get involved and get credential in this area.
To obtain more information in this area please log on to the
Commission for Case Management Certification
web site at