Nurses FAQ

How is RnVentory different than nurse registries?

Unlike third party nurse registries, RnVentory connects you directly with facilities that need your services and match with your particular skill sets. You'll be sure that you won't be put in a department or facility that you have no interest in. Additionally, RnVentory is 100% online, so you won't be bombarded with disturbing phone calls or lengthy paperwork.

How much do nurses get paid?

Your pay is based on your years of experience in a pay schedule and the location (state) where you are looking to work. This means to say that there will be no more bargaining or negotiating after you reach a milestone. Your pay will automatically increases alongside your experience. Our team has spent countless hours to find the right pay rate for every nurse; rest assured that your pay will always be higher than the state average rate. In addition, RnVentory nurses will ALWAYS get a bonus every 25 completed shifts; which means, no more jumping ship to get a sign-on bonus or hoping for similar bonus.

I'm curious about the bonus, how does it work?

You are automatically qualified to receive $2,500 bonus once you are eligible to take on extra shift. You will receive a bonus every time you complete 25 shifts of 12-hours. It will be paid automatically at the next pay period on top of the compensation due to you for shifts you worked in the applicable work weeks.

Do I have to pay anything to use RnVentory?

No. RnVentory is 100% free to use for all nurses.

What is a Per Diem Nurse?

Per Diem nurses help play a critical role in filling staffing gaps on the fly at any given medical facilities. By nature, per diem shifts are temporary assignments, giving per diem nurses the freedom and flexibility of taking shifts when and where they wish to work. Nurses who are signed up to RnVentory can take jobs any shift of the day and at any location they want without the need to sign-up to multiple registries.

What types of nurses can join RnVentory?

RnVentory is focused on Registered nurses at the moment; however, it is our objective to be inclusive so we welcome all types of nurses who are licensed to work in the United States (i.e LVN, PRN, Nurse Practitioner, Midwife, etc.). Other disciplines will be added in the future as RnVentory pursues its growth.

What experience is needed to be a Per Diem nurse?

Experience requirements vary from job to job. The minimum years of experience can range from 12 months to two years.

What if I don't have the necessary state license for a job?

You must have a current state license and in good standing as a registered nurse for the state where you wish to work.

Do I need to make a minimum commitment to RnVentory?

No. RnVentory is about independence and flexibility. Work as much or as little as you like and anywhere your license applies.

How do I get paid?

To make it easy and convenient for you, we have partnered with one of the innovative companies around to handle payments to all RnVentory nurses. All your RnVentory payments will be handled electronically and directly deposited into your bank account. No paper checks to pick up.

Will my profile be visible to the public?

No. We take your privacy very seriously. Only RnVentory - verified employers will be able to see your information.

Do you provide medical malpractice insurance coverage?

RnVentory encourage all nurses using our platform to obtain their own medical malpractice policy. If you do not carry any, we recommend NSO, Proliability (they can provide discounts for members of ANA and other partnered associations), or HPSO.

* Please note that this is not an endorsement for the nursing association or the insuring organization.

Do you withhold any taxes?

As a nurse using RnVentory, your taxes will not be withheld. You will be classified as an independent contractor. You will receive all monies due to you without any deduction. A 1099 form will be used instead of W2 during tax season.

Do you provide workers' compensation?

As an independent contractor, you are ultimately responsible for yourself, but financial compensation in an event of any mishap would only benefit you so we encourage you to look into acquiring a workers' compensation coverage.

How will this impact my tax filing and where can I get more information about taxes and insurance coverages?

RnVentory does not provide tax advice; however, we understand that you may want more information about how to handle taxes or health insurance as an independent contractor. Below are some resources that you may want to visit:

What if I have more questions?

Please don't hesitate to contact us for more information. You can also visit the helpdesk section in your dashboard for an expanded FAQ.