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Patient safety, satisfaction, and quality of hospital care: cross sectional surveys of nurses and patients in 12 countries in Europe and the United States
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In European hospitals, improvement of hospital work environments might be a relatively low cost strategy to improve safety and quality in hospital care and to increase patient satisfaction. Expand
Hospital nursing, care quality, and patient satisfaction: cross-sectional surveys of nurses and patients in hospitals in China and Europe.
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Nursing is important in quality and safety of hospital care and in patients' perceptions of their care, and expanding the number of baccalaureate-prepared nurses hold promise for improving hospital outcomes in China. Expand
Nurses' widespread job dissatisfaction, burnout, and frustration with health benefits signal problems for patient care.
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Strikingly, nurses are particularly dissatisfied with their health benefits, which highlights the need for a benefits review to make nurses' benefits more comparable to those of other white-collar employees. Expand
Nursing: a key to patient satisfaction.
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The nurse work environment was significantly related to all HCAHPS patient satisfaction measures and patient-to-nurse workloads were significantly associated with patients' ratings and recommendation of the hospital to others, and with their satisfaction with the receipt of discharge information. Expand
Changes in hospital nurse work environments and nurse job outcomes: an analysis of panel data.
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In general, nurse outcomes improved between 1999 and 2006, with fewer nurses reporting burnout, intention to leave, and job dissatisfaction in 2006 as compared to 1999. Expand
Changes in Patient and Nurse Outcomes Associated With Magnet Hospital Recognition
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Emerging Magnet hospitals demonstrated markedly greater improvements in their work environments than other hospitals and Magnet recognition is associated with significant improvements over time in the quality of the work environment, and in patient and nurse outcomes that exceed those of non-Magnet hospitals. Expand
An increase in the number of nurses with baccalaureate degrees is linked to lower rates of postsurgery mortality.
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If all 134 hospitals in this study had increased the percentage of their nurses with baccalaureates by ten points during this study's time period, some 500 deaths among general, orthopedic, and vascular surgery patients might have been prevented. Expand
Nurse Engagement in Shared Governance and Patient and Nurse Outcomes
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In hospitals with greater levels of engagement, nurses were significantly less likely to report unfavorable job outcomes and poor ratings of quality and safety, and higher levels of nurse engagement were associated with higher HCAHPS scores. Expand
Development of the Hospital Nurse Surveillance Capacity Profile.
TLDR
Greater nurse surveillance capacity was significantly associated with better quality of care and fewer adverse events, and the profile may assist administrators to improve nurse surveillance and patient outcomes. Expand
The Effect of Hospital Electronic Health Record Adoption on Nurse-Assessed Quality of Care and Patient Safety
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It is suggested that the implementation of a basic EHR may result in improved and more efficient nursing care, better care coordination, and patient safety. Expand
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