Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Profits Before People: An Unacceptable Model for Healthcare


{2:25 minutes to read}  Does patient care suffer when a healthcare facility's profit motive conflict with its duty to provide the highest quality patient care? There is evidence that some facilities are cutting corners and rushing patients through the system in order to save money and increase profits.  

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

We Need More Nurses. Our Lives Depend On It!

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A recent New York Times op-ed called for hospitals to hire more nurses. We support that position.

Staffing ratios - the number of patients assigned to health care professionals in hospitals and nursing homes-- are much higher than they should be. Nurses are overloaded with patient care responsibilities. As a result they are susceptible to burnout, exhaustion and stress, and have less time to care for patients.

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