What's More Important?

June 2012
PN;Jun2012, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p26
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The article reports on the study conducted by the Ohio State University, which found that hospital that adopt strategies to meet government requirements resulted to the decline on the clinical quality and patient experience.


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