Staffing for patients, not beds
Hospital project quantified factors often ignored in similar studies
By Amanda Mewborn, Roger Gruneisen, Jared Davis and Jack Lin
A mid-atlantic hospital knew it was overstaffed, but it needed industrial engineering expertise to quantify what staffing levels were required to serve the actual number of patients in the hospital.
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