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Health Serv Res. 1975 Fall; 10(3): 278–296.
PMCID: PMC1071862

Analysis and control of nurse staffing.

Abstract

An information and reporting system based on a regression analysis of historical nurse staffing data is described. The system provides a concise monthly report from which administrators can evaluate the efficiency of scheduling procedures used by nurse supervisors to meet varying patient loads.

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