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85% of RNs agree that the quality of patient care in Massachusetts hospitals is suffering due to unsafe patient assignments including 61% of RNs who are aware of patient complications and 50% who are
Nurses and other allies will gather in front of Congressman Richard Neal's Springfield office to express their support of the bill, and encourage the Representative to be a supporter SPRINGFIELD,
86 Lawmakers Sign on as Co-Sponsors for Measure to Require Safer Patient Limits for Nurses Working in Massachusetts Hospitals CANTON, Mass., March 12, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In the
Pact Includes Improvements in Staffing Levels, Health Benefits and a Pay Hike WORCESTER, Mass., Feb. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The registered nurses of St.
Plan to Cut Staff Comes as the ED Nurses Struggle to Confront a Growing Flu Epidemic and After NWH and Partners has Posted a Healthy Profit in Recent Years WELLESLEY, Mass., Jan.
The poor patient care and the lack of commitment by a highly profitable health care system that is driving this strike is symptomatic of a national mental health crisis impacting patients, families
While the hospital has seen a 20% increase in census following the closing of North Adams Regional Hospital, there has been no increase in staffing to meet the increased demand for care.
National Actions Begin with California Strikes Tuesday BOSTON, Nov.
Picket is latest action in ongoing campaign to fight off dangerous cuts to both staff and patient care services; comes two weeks after jam-packed community forum LEOMINSTER, Mass.,
Community expected to turn out in force to air concerns, learn how to mobilize to oppose dangerous changes to how patient care is delivered LEOMINSTER, Mass., Oct.
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