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What you need to be a provider on Vencer

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Become A Provider

What you will need to apply

Your CNA or RN License

License must be current in the state you are or will be providing services.

Pass a background check

Complete a criminal background check. Note: this is not a credit check. Background checks are conducted by GoodHire.

Liability Insurance

As private independent consultant, you'll need to provide proof of liability insurance also known as Error and Omissions (E&O). Learn more about required insurance coverage.

Vaccines and provider requirements

All independent providers must attest that you are vaccinated for the following:
- Influenza
- Hepatitis B
- MMR
- Varicella (chickenpox)
- Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis (Tdap) OR Tetanus, Diphtheria (Td)
- Meningococcal
- Recommend you receive Hepatitis A vaccine.

In some cases we may ask for proof of vaccination via submissions of medical documentation.

How do you become a Vencer provider?

Submit an Application

Complete and submit an application here. Please note we are in the early testing phase. We are testing through Test Flight.

Be Approved

Once we confirm all documents and you've passed the background checks, you'll be ready to starting providing care.

Accept your first client

Check out provider resource page for provider guidelines and tips. You'll have the choice to take clients on-demand or set your own schedule.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What should I know about COVID-19?

If you suspect you have COVID-19 or came in contact with someone with COVID-19, do not provide services if you have these symptoms and or any other signs or symptoms of acute infection or illness. See your own healthcare provider.

Symptoms: May appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms or combinations of symptoms may have COVID-19: Cough or Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

OR at least two of these symptom
- ChillsRepeated shaking with chills
- Muscle pain
- Headache
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell

How much income can I earn?

Your earnings are based on the rate you set and the number of hours of service you provide. If there are a large number of clients that want services in the are you can adjust your rate and earn more.

How do I get my payment?

Your earnings are based on the rate you set and the number of hours of service you provide. Payments are processed through a third-party processor called Stripe and you will need your banking information to receive your payment.

Stripe Security: Stipe has been audited by a PCI-certified auditor and is certified to PCI Service Provider Level 1. This is the most stringent level of certification available in the payments industry.

How long does the application process take?

The initial application takes about 15 minutes where we asked for your basic information including your email, mobile number, healthcare provider license type, and relevant experience.

Once the team verifies your provider license, then a background check must be passed. Background checks are required to ensure safety of the clients receiving care and services. This takes a couple of days.

We may ask to verify immunizations so please have those documents ready.

How safe is Vencer?

The Vencer team is composed of both clients and providers and safety is our first priority. We conduct background checks on providers and allow for both clients and providers to cancel the services at anytime. You can contact our support team for help by phone or email, with any issues or challenges while providing care. For emergencies you always have the ability to contact 911. Vencer is currently developing additional in-app safety measures within the including contacting 911.

All providers must have professional liability insurance so you are covered the moment you begin services. Learn more.

Are there additional requirements in my area?

You can provide services in any area Vencer is available. Different states and cities may require additional documentation or registration. Currently Vencer is only available in Honolulu and expanding to San Francisco in late 2020.

How does the Vencer app work?

Vencer is currently in beta mode so once your background check clears, a Vencer team member will contact you. The team member will be your guide as you build your profile and begin testing. Once you are ready to begin providing services, you simply go on the app and you'll be matched with someone wanting home health care services near you. The live beta-testing once we meet our user experience threshold and have an adequate number of clients and providers ready to use the app and platform.

What do I do if I don't have all the documents and requirements?

To be provider on Vencer you will need ALL the required documents, immunizations, and insurance coverage. If you don't have insurance see our  insurance resource page. Obtaining insurance coverage is easy and can be as low as $10 month.

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