New resource aims to help RNs implement evidence-based staffing plans
When it comes to achieving quality care, better patient outcomes and financial stability, optimal staffing should be viewed as a necessity and not a nice, but impossible, dream — particularly as health care reforms and new regulations take hold.
That is a key message reflected in a new, comprehensive document commissioned by the American Nurses Association and developed by Avalere Health, LLC, in collaboration with nurse and policy experts. (more…)
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