A NEW TECHNOLOGY WILL SET THE NURSING INDUSTRY IN MOTION
The nursing workforce of today is aging, with 55% of the RN’s now nearing retirement age, new innovative ways are made to fill the industry’s nurse shortage.
One of these is the latest technology called SnapNurse, a new highly marketed technology platform that enables nurses to make more money, create their own schedule and get paid after completing a shift. The technology connects pre-credentialed nurses directly with healthcare facilities to fill empty shifts instantly, aiming to minimize critical nursing shortage by redefining the credentialing and hiring procedure.
With this efficient platform, healthcare institutions can save up to 20 to 30% on the hiring process, as well as the capacity to hunt for qualified nurses based on specified criteria and ratings.
In an article, Cherie Kloss, founder and CEO of SnapNurse disclosed her frustration in the industry’s hiring process which led her to develop the concept of SnapNurse:
“After an 18-year long career as a nurse and anesthetist and 10 years spent as a TV producer, I was eager to dive back into the field, but quickly became frustrated with how fragmented the entire contract process was facilitated. That discouragement led me to develop the concept of SnapNurse. Since launching in November 2017, we’ve been able to establish incredible relationships with facility-partners where the need is greatest and currently welcome hundreds of users daily to our community.”
This technology plans to reorganize the present arduous credentialing process by being the first to utilize NurseToken, a blockchain technology, for credentialing. Once added to the SnapNurse system, numerous benefits preferred by users will include the option of:
- Work while traveling
- Flexible schedules
- Faster payments after the end of the shift
- Competitive pay
Like this newest technological advancement, Erudite Nursing Institute finds ways to innovate the nursing educational programs through continuous research in today’s trends like fast-track nursing. The institute, in partnership with tech firms, plans to revolutionize the nursing industry by producing highly performing medical nurses through online education.
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