Retired Nurses Ease a Staffing Crunch, Bolster Budget

Branching out from traditional staffing models may take some effort, but the dividends will be well worth it. A Michigan nonprofit health system has kept older nurses connected while eliminating its need for agency staffing and increasing the satisfaction of its nurses.

1 comments on "Retired Nurses Ease a Staffing Crunch, Bolster Budget"
Darlene (9/20/2011 at 4:00 PM)

Wow, what a great win-win for both the RN, the staffing office and the hospital's management! Let's carry this to other hospital systems!


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