Requirements for Remote Nurse Practitioners in Texas
Once you earn your nurse practitioner license, you can decide which type of full-time nurse practitioner work suits you best whether you live in Austin, Dallas, Houston, or anywhere else in the state.
If you want to become a remote nurse practitioner (also referred to as a telemedicine nurse practitioner) or work-at-home nurse practitioner, there are plenty of full-time and part-time remote work opportunities available in Texas.
Here’s what you should know before applying:
- Work-from-home nurse practitioner or remote nurse practitioner: These licensed nurse practitioners can live outside the area of the healthcare provider’s institution in which they work. There may be some on-site work at a medical center, but you will mostly telecommute.
- Additional training: The standard of patient care in telehealth is the same as in-person care, and there is no state-mandated training specific to virtual care. However, telemedicine companies often provide training to educate clinicians on how to use relevant technology and platforms, as well as best practices for good webside manner.
- Necessary documentation: When applying for remote jobs, be sure to update your resume and provide appropriate documentation showing your education and credentials.
Telehealth companies often post open positions on job posting sites like Indeed, ZipRecruiter, Glassdoor, and LinkedIn, so this is a great place to start looking for virtual care opportunities. Wheel matches clinicians with virtual care opportunities and has a variety of positions available for NPs in Texas.