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Registered nurses (RNs) assume responsibility and accountability for the application of the nursing process and the delivery of quality patient care. They can work in a variety of settings, such as ICU, Med-Surg, Tele, ER, OR and other areas. RNs typically have more responsibilities than a CNA and LPN. Find our open Registered Nurses jobs here.
Home care delivers health services in the home to senior, adult and pediatric patients. This provides an opportunity to relocate the patient from the medical facility into the comfort of their home. Caregivers could treat a variety of conditions. Types of care include nursing, therapy, companion and other services.
Medical billing and coder tasks include, but are not limited to, completing coding discharges and encounters, reviewing coding material, ensuring optimal reimbursement, and implementing medical centers’ physician query processes.
To become a travel nurse:
- Graduate from a hospital-based nursing program.
- Earn an Associate's Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
- Typically have at least one year of hospital-based nursing experience.