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Do they pay mileage

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It's well below the federal reimbursement rate.

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Less than the National average

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I worked via agency as a travel nurse. Reimbursement for mileage was .37/mile which is a joke because Medicare and all innsurance is billed at 53.9/mile. Why should the company get the extra $$$? They say"take it off your taxes" but it isnt a tax credit(the difference) it is a deduction therefore it isnt penny for penny. And if your not doing the long form you cant take it off but most importantly that is a benefit i get as a US citizen and has nothing to do with Kindred. They should pay what the bill, talk about ethics? I dont understand how they are justified in keeping that money. You would think it would be illegal.

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Mileage rate is LOW!!!

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If your charting is turned in late, mileage is not given on your next paycheck. You have to submit mileage on a non-visit time sheet, and then it has to be approved by management. Never mind that there might be circumstances that prevent you from turning your paperwork in on time, you will still not get that mileage pay if you are not paying attention to your activity record when you get your paycheck. I recommend checking every pay stub and activity record to make sure you are getting correct mileage.

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It is paid from home to Home. However, if your first patient is an hour or more from your home your home you don’t get any mileage. They’re also strict about when you turn it in and question you about it.

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If you stay under 30 hours they will pay you. If you go over 30 hours then you have a choice not to turn in drive time or lose a client for make up pay.

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Yes but you will be limited. They will keep your mileage as short as possible or suddenly cut your hours. Rolla does not allow travel over so many miles. Rolla is in charge of Missouri.

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Yes. It is figured patient to patient

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Said would be paid for mileage and 60 days later didnt pay anything for 550 miles in 2 weeks. Beware the management will lie to you

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