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Healthcare Retention Rates are Flatlining

What do low staff head counts, too few training resources, and longer shifts lead to? High burnout rates, and that is the underlying issue behind the attrition epidemic in healthcare. With attrition levels at 16%, nurses are hit especially hard. Burnout is a problem because it leads to executives and administrators seeing reduced levels of everything from HCAHPS scores to word-of-mouth patient care reviews. In addition, it can drain 5% or more off your operating budget. So what’s the Rx? Check out this 3-step plan to make sure healthcare’s most talented and passionate minds stay at your care center, not on job boards hoping to be found by other hospitals:

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