Become a Private Duty CNA and make more $$$
What is private duty CNA DO?
CNA stands for Certified Nursing Assistant. CNA typically works in a license healthcare facilities such as hospitals, long term care, nursing homes or on private homes. Their duties may include helping residences at long term care facilities, hospitals, or at private homes. CNA help with their activities of daily living like eating, bathing, chores. A private duty CNA travels from home to home assisting clients with their activities.
Where does private duty Nurse works?
A private duty nurse can apply as Nursing Assistants, Home Health Aide and works at different setting. A car is must because they travel from home to home spending from minutes to full day at peoples home. Most states requires license and certifications. Care will be provided at residence home.
How to succeed, prosper, as a private duty certified nursing assistant?
The economic meaning of prosper is to succeed in an enterprise or activity. Most CNAs, Personal Care Attendant, Nursing Assistants, and Home Health Aide works for companies, with few exceptions. Some work as independent contractors and private employed by a private individual or client. Private Duty Certified Nursing Assistants becomes an entrepreneur.
Private Duty Nursing Assistants start a CNA Business
The process is basically the same as any Business Start-Up.
- Set up your business entity, business entity is whether your business structure is sole proprietorship, LLC, or Corporations.
- Obtain Employer Identification Number or EID.
- Register with the state
- Check for license requirements with the Department of Health and Department of Labor.
- Establish finances
- Prepare documentations and forms
- Hire Certified Nursing Assistants
- Obtain contracts with private clients or license facilities.
Independent CNA contractors VS LLC Business Structure
Independent Certified Nursing Assistants must be bonded and insured. Most Certified Nursing Assistants set up thier own LLC business structure and they work for their own company. Most clients prefers not to deal with independent contractors because they could be liable for employee benefits.