September 1, 2013

Turnover rates plummet with Patient Care Intern training program

By: OR Manager

Nurse turnover is a problem that affects the performance and profitability of every health care organization. The cost of a nurse leaving a facility is roughly twice that nurse’s annual salary while a replacement is sought and orientation is completed. In addition, patient care may be compromised because the temporary staff who fill in the gaps lack the continuity and knowledge of the experienced nurse.

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