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Short on staff: Nursing crisis strains U.S. hospitals
by Jilian Mincer
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20 October 2017
On 20 October 2017 Reuters reported:
A shortage of nurses at U.S. hospitals hit West Virginia's Charleston Area Medical Center at the worst possible time. The non-profit healthcare system is one of the state's largest employers and sits in the heart of economically depressed coal country. It faces a $40 million deficit this year as it struggles with fewer privately insured patients, cuts in government reimbursement, and higher labor costs to attract a shrinking pool of nurses. ... Hospitals nationwide face tough choices when it comes to filling nursing jobs.
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They are paying billions of dollars collectively to recruit and retain nurses rather than risk patient safety or closing down departments, according to Reuters interviews with more than 20 hospitals, including some of the largest U.S. chains.
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