According to a study in Nursing Ethics, “Hospitals are experiencing an estimated 16.5 percent turnover rate of registered nurses costing from $44,380 to $63,400 per nurse — an estimated $4.21 to $6.02 million financial loss annually for hospitals in the United States of America.”

Not only are nurses leaving nursing, but the retiring Baby Boomers are creating an even greater need for more nurses in the workforce. For supply to meet the demand, healthcare organizations must move from the mentality of wanting to the mindset of needing Millennials to fill the gaps.

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