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Could Start-Up Change How Nurses Are Hired?

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by Neil Versel

A startup is hoping that its new website —still in beta — can bust open the world of recruiting and placing nurses.

“We want to bring transparency to this space and give power back to the nurses,” said Jason Ayachi, co-founder of RampUp Nursing, a site that went online just a couple of months ago and hasn’t had its general release yet. “We’re really trying to bring innovation to an archaic space,” Ayachi added.

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