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Though still high in many areas, nationwide trends are showing Crisis Rates beginning to decrease. With this in mind, travel nurse and allied health professionals are encouraged to extend current assignments, as next jobs will likely be at lower rates. In addition to locking in a higher pay package rate, there are a number of...
COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country, with the Delta variant accounting for an estimated 93.4% of Covid-19 cases in the US. Given the surge, healthcare job needs in many states are reaching levels surpassing the height of last winter. As a Travel Nurse or Allied Health professional, you’ve likely guessed one thing that...
With coronavirus cases rising again, more hospitals are now implementing COVID-19 vaccine requirements. Joining these numbers is the nation’s largest hospital group, the American Hospital Association. Mandates are generally being issued with no declinations except for approved medical or religious exemptions, or if granted a deferral for pregnancy. In these cases, health workers are...
On June 7, 2021, Vermont passed legislation to enact the Nurse Licensure Compact. This new legislation allows registered nurses and licensed practical/vocational nurses to practice in any other Nurse Licensure Compact state, if they have a multi-state compact license. The compact was signed into law by Governor Phil Scott of Vermont, and is set to...
April is another popular month for healthcare travelers to start a new assignment. If you took a new healthcare assignment in January, chances are that you’re now on the hunt for a new one or considering an extension. Dealing with the global pandemic for more than a year has rocked the healthcare travel market with...