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Compliance for the Acute Care or Long-Term Care Settings

It is estimated that by 2020 nearly 12 million people will need acute or long-term care. With these numbers on the rise it has created a nursing shortage unlike our country has ever seen, but this has also created ample opportunities for travel nursing.

Acute and long-term care compliance for traveling nurses shouldn’t seem challenging or intimidating. Keep in mind that these facilities become a temporary home for those in their care so the compliance requirements might seem more rigid or overwhelming at first. But these requirements are in place to help the best caregivers provide the best possible care. Click here for some simple guidelines on licenses, drug screens, annual training, backgrounds, and state specific compliance, to help you get your traveler compliant and ready to start the journey to their new assignment

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