New On-Demand Technology Platform SnapNurse Connects Pre-Credentialed Nurses with Healthcare Facilities to Fill Empty Shifts Instantly

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Industry Pioneers Aim to Reduce Critical Nursing Shortage by Redefining Credentialing and Hiring Process

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We want to give the power back to nurses.

SnapNurse, a new on-demand technology platform that connects pre-credentialed nurses directly with healthcare facilities to fill empty shifts instantly, aims to reduce critical nursing shortage by redefining the credentialing and hiring process. Similar to other popular on-demand applications, SnapNurse empowers nurses to make more money, create their own schedule and get paid after completing a shift. The disruptive tech platform is a favorite among hospitals and managers for its ability to save time and money, increase contract talent pool, view profiles and provide ratings for available candidates.

“We want to give the power back to nurses,” said Cherie Kloss, founder and CEO of SnapNurse. “After an 18-year long career as a nurse and anesthetist and 10 years spent as a TV producer, I was eager to dive back into the field, but quickly became frustrated with how fragmented the entire contract process was facilitated. That discouragement led me to develop the concept of SnapNurse. Since launching in November 2017, we’ve been able to establish incredible relationships with facility-partners where the need is greatest and currently welcome hundreds of users daily to our community.”

Major institutions throughout the country such as Emory University Hospital and United Surgical Partners International, Inc. (USPI) are rapidly adopting the revolutionary technology due to its customization and easy-to-use platform. Unlike nurse agencies, the pioneering company saves healthcare organizations approximately 20 to 30 percent on finding and employing PRN/per diem and 1099 contractors. Inside the personalized portal, nurse managers can search for superior pre-vetted talent by availability, ratings, experience, and location and can fill on-demand shifts at a moment’s notice.

Committed to improving the nursing profession, SnapNurse plans to streamline the existing arduous credentialing process by being the first to utilize NurseToken, a blockchain technology, for credentialing. This advanced concept will decrease time to onboarding and allow nurses to carry portable authorization passports for instant approval at new centers. Once added to the SnapNurse system, nurses can begin signing up for available openings. Benefits preferred by users include the option to get paid at the end of a shift, flexible schedules, work while you travel, advanced filters and competitive pay.

Alongside Kloss, the organization’s executive lineup delivers an impressive foundation for its technology and healthcare footprint including founder and former CTO of $22 billion trading platform Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) Edwin Marcial as CTO and former Director of Anesthesia Services at Grady Hospital Jeff Richards as COO.

For more information on SnapNurse or to join, visit snapnurse.com.

About SnapNurse
SnapNurse is an on-demand technology platform that connects pre-credentialed nurses directly with healthcare facilities to fill empty shifts. Similar to other popular on-call applications, SnapNurse empowers nurses to make more money, create their own schedule and get paid after completing a shift. The disruptive tech platform is a favorite among hospitals and nurse managers for its ability to save time and money, increase contract talent pool, view profiles and provide ratings for available candidates. Launched in November 2017, the platform welcomes hundreds of new nurses daily and is available nationwide in areas with the largest nursing shortages. Always on the cutting-edge, SnapNurse is the first company that will apply a blockchain software (nursetoken.io) for credentialing, allowing nurses to carry portable authorization passports for instant approval at new centers.

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