Cariant Blog

The Importance of Compliance

Travel Therapy

With so many JCAHO, staffing and facility requirements, becoming and staying compliant can be challenging, but it is one of the most important things you do for your career. Whether you are full time or a contract traveler, each facility will require you to maintain your compliance status. Keeping compliant with your license, certifications, CPR, immunizations,

People Really Do Win!

National Shows

While at the 2014 Combined Sections Meeting held in Las Vegas, Elizabeth F., PT stopped by and chatted with Cariant recruiter, Michael Beelman, about our available travel opportunities and what Cariant has to offer. By visiting our booth and sharing with us her interest in travel she was entered in our drawing for an iPad

Make Time for Background Checks

Travel Nursing • Travel Therapy

As part of my job as Team Assistant for Cariant Health Partners, I work with our travelers on the logistics of placing them in their facilities—from how they’re going to get there to where they’re going to live to all of the details that go along with new employment. One said detail that is becoming

JCAHO Certified . . . so what?

Travel Nursing • Travel Therapy

One of the “touted” terms that show up on recruiting websites, facility websites and other marketing venues is the term “JCAHO” certified. Starting in 2004, JCAHO created a certification specifically for Staffing Agencies. Sounds impressive but what does it mean to you, the traveler? The certification is not cheap and it is a lengthy detailed

Surviving Bad Assignments

Housing • Travel Therapy

First, are there bad assignments in travel therapy?  Yes.  Like every other type of employment setting, some jobs are better than others. The first thing to remember on a travel assignment is that it’s only 13 weeks. It’s not like a permanent position where you are looking at possibly being stuck in a bad situation

The RV – Another Housing Option


So you have locked in that travel assignment. The pay is good, the location is right, and now the hunt for suitable housing begins. Rather than stress about housing availability, costs, lease terms and whether they allow your pet, maybe consider another option—the recreational vehicle. An RV or travel trailer, especially if you plan on