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The Best States for a Travel Nurse in 2022

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Best Travel Nursing Jobs By Specialty for 2022 | Find Your Job Today

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Travel Nursing for New Graduate Nurses

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Taxes as a Travel Nurse or Travel Allied Health Clinician

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Day or Night Shift? Pros and Cons of Both

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What Does a Travel Nurse Do?

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A Day in the Life of an Nurse OB

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Advice on How to Prepare for Your Interview

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6 Reasons Nurses Choose to Travel

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    Getting Out and About in a New City

    An obvious perk of being a travel nurse is going to new places and seeing new things. For many, knowing what is available for exploration and enjoyment is a part of deciding where you are going. One of the first things to do, even before you leave, is go to the city’s and the state’s tourism board w...

    Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA Kurt Ullman, RN, BSPA, MHA | March 16, 2021

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    Our Namesake: Clara Barton

    There are times in life when we take a deeper look at our roots to better understand the importance of our personal identity. The founders of our company were inspired by the pioneering, humanitarian work of Clara Barton....

    BHS Team BHS Team | March 16, 2021

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    How to Battle Burnout

    It is not uncommon for people to be stressed out when they are busy at work. An issue arises, however, when it begins to affect your health both physically and mentally. Luckily, there are ways to identify the difference between common workplace stress and something worse – burnout....

    Chris Keeley Chris Keeley | March 09, 2021

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    Succeeding as a Remote Manager

    Recent world events have required practicing social distancing to decrease the spread of the coronavirus. This has resulted in many people being unexpectedly thrust into working remotely, and an increased need for healthcare staffing. Healthcare workers are usually on the front lines, but often heal...

    Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN Maureen Bonatch MSN, RN | March 02, 2021

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    Maintain Healthy Relationships While Commuting

    How do you maintain healthy relationships while you commute hundreds or thousands of miles to work? It can be hard enough when you commute 30 or 60 minutes to work, what happens when you leave for a week at a time?...

    Gail Clifford, MD Gail Clifford, MD | February 23, 2021

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    Genius Things to do on Sunday for a Successful Week

    Sunday is a different day of the week for most of us as hospitalists, so, to clarify, I’m referring to the day before you start your string of shifts. To have a successful week, think through your goals for each week on Sunday....

    Gail Clifford, MD Gail Clifford, MD | February 16, 2021

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    5 Steps to Get Ready for Your Next Assignment

    Times are tough. The Covid-19 pandemic continues and we’re working harder than ever. It’s even strange to see non-Covid patients, but not enough of a relief. So, time off is, perhaps, more important than ever. Getting to the point where you don’t dread your “Sunday,” whatever physical day of the wee...

    Gail Clifford, MD Gail Clifford, MD | February 09, 2021

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    How to Bill Medicare and Medicaid for Physical Therapists

    In January, we took a look at an article on lexology.com detailing how the Department of Health and Human Services and The Department of Justice have started enforcement on Physical Therapy Providers that bill Medicare and Medicaid. In my blog this month, I wanted to explore ways to address the auth...

    Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA Allison Stringer, MS, PT, FAAOMPT, CHA | February 02, 2021

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    What it Meant to be a Nurse in 2020

    2020 was the year medical workers were brought to the forefront of the public eye, proving not for the first time, the crucial role they play in a world-wide health crisis. As a registered nurse and freelance writer, my job was to provide accurate information on issues such as infection control, how...

    Risa Kerslake, RN Risa Kerslake, RN | January 26, 2021

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    How Do I Do My Taxes with the New W-4? An Expert Weighs In!

    Recently, the W4 form received an overhaul. The form that you fill out with your employer when you start working, this document determines the rate you will have federal income taxes withheld from your pay - and now, it looks very different from the W4 that we all used for years. ...

    BHS Team BHS Team | January 19, 2021