To Your Benefit

Ericksen, Anne Baye
November 2007
RN;Nov2007, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p42
Academic Journal
The article presents an overview of a survey conducted by the publication in 2007 on the medical insurance benefits of U.S. citizens, particularly nursing professionals. The study reveals that full-time and part-time registered nurses pay more of the monthly premium fees for dental and medical insurance policies compared to previous years. Only 78 percent of nurses surveyed accept health insurance offers from their employers. Provided are data on dental, vision care, disability and healthcare insurance. Also discussed are pension and education benefits.


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