Compliance Expectations

We get it – the compliance process is everyone’s LEAST favorite part of travel nursing. But at Next Move, we’re making it as easy as possible. The reality is that compliance is required for you to secure the job of your dreams, but it doesn’t have to be hard. Remember, all facilities reserve the right to request their own requirements. Our compliance team is here to guide you through the entire process.

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Here’s what to expect…

Here are a few tips & tricks when heading into the compliance process…

  • Provide your most up-to-date resume.
  • Use your legal name on all documents.
  • If you’ve recently changed your name, provide all relative legal documents.
  • Prepare copies of your basic government-issued ID’s (driver’s license, passport, social security card, etc).
  • Prepare any and all health certifications as soon as possible. Extra certs? No problem, send those too. Our team will help you refine the documents necessary for submission.
  • Provide your preferred method of contact immediately.
  • Be responsive. Your compliance specialists are here to move you through the process as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
  • Notify your compliance specialist if you’re planning to travel anytime between offer acceptance to your start date.

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Compliance FAQ’s

Well, all healthcare facilities and staffing agencies require specific education, documents, certifications, etc. Trust us, we hate asking as much as you hate preparing, but it’s a must.

Simple answer. We require what the facility requires and that varies from state to state, hospital to hospital, and sometimes specialty to specialtyWe promise, if we’re asking, it’s required. We’re not in the business of requiring unnecessary items.  

Next Move is a JCAHO-certified agency. Meaning, our standards are slightly higher for our clinicians. To maintain that gold standard, we may ask for things that your facility has not.  

Yes. Next Move asks for an AHA BLS because they’re more widely accepted by facilities. If you have a different BLS or ACLS, you may have to recertify depending on the facility.  

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