Nonsafety net hospitals have better outcomes with more nurses

03/27/2011 | Nurse.com

A review of data from the University HealthSystem Consortium found more nurses and higher nurse staffing rates correlated with better patient outcomes, including fewer heart failure-related deaths and lower infection rates, at nonsafety net hospitals. Researchers found safety net hospitals had worse patient outcomes than other hospitals despite similar staffing levels.

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