Cost-effectiveness study spurs nurse protests

Usually cost-effectiveness studies are not a big deal, especially not for nurses. But in Philadelphia, nurses are protesting the start of a cost-effectiveness study with a candlelight vigil; this is because they have heard rumors that Temple University Hospital System may be planning to cut the programs at the hospital, Northeastern, down to virtually nothing. Article

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