Electronic Medical Record Jobs: EMR Jobs for Travel Nurses
Industry’s Largest Inventory of High-Paying EMR Jobs in the U.S.
Are you an experienced nurse with EMR conversion knowledge? NurseChoice, the leader in travel nursing, has electronic medical record jobs at top-facilities across the country.
As the government deadline for EMR conversion draws closer, the demand for EMR jobs is increasing resulting in higher EMR job salaries and benefits packages.
When you choose an EMR conversion travel nursing job with NurseChoice, you get access to the industry’s most comprehensive EMR job salary and benefits, which include:
- 4-13 week assignments
- Free, quality housing
- Insurance including medical, dental and life
- Credentialing and licensure assistance
- 24-hour clinical support
Search electronic medical record jobs or learn more about EMR jobs at NurseChoice by browsing the frequently asked questions section below.
How can NurseChoice help my facility during the EMR Implementation process?
NurseChoice’s dedicated EMR staffing team has a proven track record of helping
facilities with their system installations and upgrades. Since 2005, we have supported EMR computer conversions at hundreds of hospitals, providing EMR experienced RNs who are ready to fill short-term assignments and jobs.
Our transition experts will partner with your implementation team to provide project management and onsite support, along with EMR travel RNs that possess a unique combination of clinical and technical skills, and valuable EMR experience working with a variety of the most popular systems.
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NurseChoice is here, and ready, to help you plan for, and implement, your new EMR system. Let’s work together, from inception, to the day you “Go-Live”, to make sure your facility makes a smooth transition. Contact us at (866) 871-8519 to get started.
What benefits do EMRs provide to both patients and healthcare facilities?
While electronic medical records are built to house the medical and treatment histories of patients, the systems can also provide a broader view of a patient’s care. One key benefit of this type of recordkeeping system is the portability they can offer to healthcare facilities and providers across organizations. As EMRs are designed as a tool to share information across laboratories, specialists, medical imaging facilities, pharmacies, emergency facilities, and other providers, they are a critical step in the patient care process, providing the most up-to-date information available regarding patient care and treatment to both new, and existing, physicians and facilities.
What can a healthcare facility expect during the EMR transition process?
Once the EMR system is installed and ready for use, healthcare facilities can expect staff to experience a learning curve with regards to using the new software and system. This is standard for these types of conversions, and requires forethought to ensure that patient care, productivity—and the bottom line—is in no way affected. Facilities should plan to reach out to experienced companies that provide short-term EMR staffing and training solutions during conversion periods.
NurseChoice is a leader in EMR implementation support and staffing, and can provide RN’s who are EMR experienced and ready to take on any 4-13 week assignments, short-term travel nursing jobs, and other opportunities.