Ready to start travel nursing, but worried about keeping up with documentation at a new facility?

If you’re a travel nurse starting your first assignment, the thought of documentation may be daunting. After all, every facility has their own specific charting requirements. But don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! In this blog post, we’ll go over the basics of nursing documentation. You’ll learn what information you need to document on every patient, during every shift. By following these guidelines, you’ll be able to confidently chart your patients’ care and avoid any penalties from your facility or staffing agency.

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Maintaining a healthy work-life balance as a clinician

Write an article about how it is important to find a good balance between practicing medicine and spending time with family. Balancing work and family can be difficult, but it is definitely not impossible. You just need to come up with a plan that works for you and your family. One that allows you to spend enough time with each of them without feeling guilty.

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Chartnote: The Doctor’s Secret Weapon for Better Notes and More Free Time

Chartnote was created with the clinician in mind. We know that you are busy and need a way to take better notes without having to sacrifice your time with patients. Chartnote is an electronic medical record (EMR) companion that allows you to do just that! With Chartnote, you can easily document patient encounters with a few clicks or dictate your note using next-generation AI voice recognition.

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Tips for Efficient Medical Documentation

Is there a way you can spend quality time with your patients without having to be bogged down by your documentation? Can you actually take a break during lunch time to eat instead of catching up on progress notes and answering messages in your inbox? Take back control of your time in the clinic and enjoy practicing medicine.

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How to Protect Your Nursing License in the Wake of the RaDonda Vaught Verdict

How can I be sure I’m not the next nurse to face criminal charges for a mistake? Medication-related errors are the most common mistake made by nurses. Forming solid documentation habits can provide a framework nurses can use to defend your nursing judgment and interventions

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