Hospital heads want to increase nursing supply

06/7/2007 | (Gannett Healthcare Group)

A survey of 400 hospital CEOs has found that 99.5% agreed there is a nursing shortage, and the group conducting the poll said Congress should find ways to increase the supply of nurses. Also, 89% of respondents said they were recruiting nurses, but 86% found hiring to be "difficult" or "challenging." More than half the respondents preferred hiring nurses with a bachelor's degree.

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