Skilled Nursing News: Why Demonizing Staffing Agencies Is Not How Skilled Nursing Will Solve Labor Crisis

Of all aspects of the current workforce crisis in skilled nursing, the role of staffing agencies arguably evokes the most reaction. It’s an issue that has sparked interest not only from long-term care and senior living groups like the American Health Care Association/National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) and LeadingAge, but members of Congress as well.

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