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Clinicians are encouraged to check in for their shifts on the app to ensure proper communication between clinicians and the facility. It also demonstrates to the facility that you’re engaged in the shift, arriving on time, and are reliable. Checking in also helps protect you, as it’s a record of when you arrived at the facility. However, your Shift Report will be the source of information for determining your payment, which you can always edit after your shift is over. “I’m Here” and Countdown One hour before your shift starts, you’ll see the “I’m Here” button prompt to check in for your shift in three places: A pop-up On Shift Details On Your Schedule Page Tap the “I’m Here” button when you’ve arrived to log your arrival and let the facilities know you’re at their building. After tapping “I’m Here,” you see a confirmation message with your confirmed arrival time, which schedulers will also be able to see. Check-In Best Practices DO NOT check in early – Even though the “I’m Here” button appears one hour before your shift starts, only tap “I’m Here” when you have arrived at the facility. You can close out the pop up and return to the Shift Details at any time to confirm your arrival. DO check in late if you forgot – Checking in is just a record of your arrival, but it does not impact your pay. You will still complete a Shift Report at the end of your shift and mark the correct time you arrived. You will be paid for the entire time you worked, even if you forgot to check in right away. For those using Nursa Direct and planning to be paid instantly, you can check in late and still fulfill the “I’m Here” requirement. You will always still complete a Shift Report at the end of the shift to report your start, end, and break times.
Clinicians are prompted to check in through the app when they arrive at your facility. This is to help confirm and inform those at the facility of expected arrival and when the clinician is at their building. This step will not affect the Shift Report or payment, but rather it helps promote proper communication between the clinician and facility. Starting an hour before the shift starts, you’ll see a message saying “Clinician Arrival Not Yet Confirmed.” After the clinician arrives and checks in, you’ll see “Clinician Confirmed Arrival at [time,]” so you’ll know when they arrived to your building. This is displayed both on the Shift Details and your Schedule Page. Facilities are always encouraged to contact a clinician directly from the Nursa App if they are suspected to have not arrived for their scheduled shift. If you need further steps, follow the links below for other helpful articles. Click here for a YouTube video. How to Contact a Clinician How to Remove or Cancel a Scheduled Clinician