Inpatient Mortality Linked to Nurse Understaffing



 Inpatient mortality goes up significantly when a hospital has greater patient turnover and when it fails to meet its own nurse staffing targets by at least eight hours, says a reportpublishedin the New England Journal of Medicine.


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