August 2011
Healthcare Purchasing News;Aug2011, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
The article presents statistics related to health care facilities in the U.S. including statistics on facilities that feel that their financial situation has worsened due to an economic downturn, statistics on facilities that feel that their financial situation has become better due to an economic downturn and statistics on facilities that expect a decrease in staffing.


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