New Nursing Mandates May Put Some California Hospitals at Risk

Finestone, Deborah
January 2002
Bond Buyer;1/29/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31313, p1
Trade Publication
Reports that a California mandate raising the nurse to patient ratio is likely to cause some hospitals financial stress in California. Number of nurses required by acute care facilities; Ratio of nurses to patients; Existing nurse to patient ration in California.


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