The impact of public hospitals' privatization on nurse staffing.

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Summary of "The impact of public hospitals' privatization on nurse staffing."

Privatization is one of the strategies that public hospitals may adopt to remain competitive. Privatized hospitals may implement nurse staffing cuts as a cost-saving mechanism and to increase financial performance. A better understanding of how privatization may affect nurse staffing is important given its association with patient and organizational outcomes.


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Name: Health care management review
ISSN: 1550-5030


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