Right here in Cleveland, Ohio, nurses are protesting for a “patient protection act” to limit nurses to no more than four patients per shift. Nurses from around the state of Ohio rallied at the Statehouse last Tuesday, asking to reduce the patient-to-nurse ratio.
Hospitals in Ohio say that there are too few nurses to meet the proposed ratio. Surely, bringing in supplemental staffing could help Ohio hospitals meet the 4:1 ratio. So if you are a nurse staffing business owner servicing the Ohio area, it might be a good idea to start calling on some of these facilities.
Click here to read the article on MyFoxCleveland: Are Ohio Nurses Assigned to More Patients Than They Can Handle?