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CGFNS International, Inc.'s Dr. Carol Tuttas Published in Journal of Nursing Care Quality

CGFNS International, Inc.'s Dr. Carol Tuttas Published in Journal of Nursing Care Quality

Carol A. Tuttas, PhD, RN authored a study published in the Journal of Nursing Care Quality titled, “Job Integration Factors As Predictors of Travel Nurse Job Performance, A Mixed-Methods Study”. In addition to being published for a third time in this particular journal, Dr. Tuttas was asked to create a video abstract of her study to bring attention to the importance of the topic being researched.…

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Important California Ballot Initiative: Learn Why Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (“MICRA”) Must be Preserved

Important California Ballot Initiative: Learn Why Medical Injury Compensation Reform Act (“MICRA”) Must be Preserved

A broad and bipartisan coalition of doctors, community health centers, hospitals, local governments, public safety, business and labor unions has formed to fight this November 2014 ballot proposition drafted by trial lawyers out to profit from medical lawsuits. If passed, this ballot measure will increase health care costs, threaten the privacy of personal prescription drug information, and will jeopardize people’s ability to see their trusted doctors.…

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What does Joint Commission Certification do for me?

What does Joint Commission Certification do for me?

When choosing to partner with a staffing agency in the search for such providers, accreditation from The Joint Commission is the quarterback of the healthcare-staffing field, providing a comprehensive evaluation of a staffing firm’s ability to present qualified and competent staffing services. …

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Who is the Traveler: Myth vs. Reality

Who is the Traveler: Myth vs. Reality

Travelers are fully qualified providers working with a flexible schedule, throughout various locations. A typical assignment for a traveler averages 13 weeks, depending on the need of the facility served.…

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Safe Staffing Legislation

Safe Staffing Legislation

It is common knowledge within the healthcare industry that poor nurse to patient ratios have been linked with higher mortality and readmission rates — not to mention higher instances of nurse burnout. But the chorus of voices suggesting that safe staffing be addressed through legislation continues to grow.…

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