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Publications

The following NSI articles and white papers have appeared in various medical journals, healthcare professional magazines and other hospital industry publications.

2016 The War for Nurses Is Destined To Be Epic

Nurse supply and demand forecasts project nurse shortages into 2025 and worsening into 2030. Based on a 2016 survey composed of 838 participating hospitals, and supported by over 50 recent articles and studies, it is evident that the nursing shortage has reemerged, with the BLS reporting a need for 233,000 additional RNs just in each of the next 2 years, due in part by the creation of 574,400 new jobs and exacerbated by the recession where 26.3% of the....
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The Nursing Shortage: A Clear and Present Danger:

Healthcare is an industry besieged by the need to balance the equities between timely and effective quality patient care delivery and its fiscal capabilities and responsibilities to employee “work and family balance.” It is an industry that needs to recognize a patient care and a nurse paradigm shift that dictates a philosophy that…“Nurses are not a cost; but rather they are in fact...”
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Red Ink, Black Ink:

Healthcare executives, feeling pinches from their boards to achieve or improve margins and increase profits; can be so overwhelmed that they can lose sight of the healthcare landscape and actions needed to maintain the long-term health picture of their institutions. Frequently, organizations simply look to immediate cost cutting or cost shifting to achieve margins. This does not automatically result in improved organizational performance or..."
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Rules of Engagement for the Nursing Shortage:

Healthcare is an industry still reeling from managed care and reduced government reimbursements, while being assaulted by the increasing costs in technology, quality and costs of labor. It is also an industry bombarded by overburdening governmental and managed care bureaucracies while being pressured by..."
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When Supply Fails Demands, A Patient Care Catastrophe Looms:

The United States is in the midst of a national patient care cataclysm, due to both a nursing shortage and a patient care supply spike: that is fewer people are entering and staying in hospital nursing, while the need for healthcare services is increasing exponentially. Forecasts of a critical and exacerbating..."
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