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Four ideas to improve staff management. The chasm between finance and nursing can be addressed with features and functions that safeguard the quality of patient care by optimizing appropriate and effective staffing



Four ideas to improve staff management. The chasm between finance and nursing can be addressed with features and functions that safeguard the quality of patient care by optimizing appropriate and effective staffing



Health Management Technology 31(4): 10-11




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