NURSE STAFFING PETITIONERS PLAN DRAMATIC SIGNATURE HAND-OFF
As supporters of a nurse staffing ballot question prepare to deliver their signatures by ambulance and gurney to state officials on Wednesday, opponents of the measure announced they'd banded together as a coalition to fight it.
The Massachusetts Health & Hospital Association, the Organization of Nurse Leaders, the Massachusetts Council of Community Hospitals, and the Conference of Boston Teaching Hospitals joined forces against the question that seeks to limit the number of patients assigned to one nurse at a time.
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