As nursing shortage surging, it slowly affects different areas of the healthcare industry like staffing issues and this problem is quite prevalent among nursing homes. That?s why, to lessen the enlarging concern, skilled nursing providers and hospitals are uniting for a cause – opposing a legislative change they believe would only intensify the healthcare industry?s […]

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