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NNU Presidential Poll

NNU Presidential Poll

The NNU is in its final days of completing a poll for the primary in the Presidential race. If you are an NNU member and did not receive the poll, please contact vote@votenursesvalues.org at once to request a copy. —National Nurses United, 08/04/15 More »

Scholarships Available for Women’s Global Health Leadership Courses

Scholarships Available for Women’s Global Health Leadership Courses

As part of the Certificate Program in Women’s Global Health Leadership, we are pleased to announce the Fall 2015 courses Global Women’s Health Movements, Gendered Professions and the Transnational Care Economy, and Health Consequences of Global Trade in Food Commodities, co-sponsored by National Nurses United and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. The courses will be offered online during the Fall Semester of 2015. Classes begin September 1, 2015. —National Nurses United, 08/04/15 More »

Poll: ObamaCare enrollees less satisfied with insurance plans

Poll: ObamaCare enrollees less satisfied with insurance plans

The poll from the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions, the research arm of the consulting firm, finds that 30 percent of people with insurance through ObamaCare’s marketplaces are satisfied with their plans. That compares with 42 percent satisfaction from people with employer-sponsored plans, 48 percent with Medicaid and 58 percent with Medicare. —Peter Sullivan, The Hill, 08/03/15 More »

Higher Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Means Not Only Greater Coverage, But Also State Savings

Higher Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Means Not Only Greater Coverage, But Also State Savings

About half the states that have expanded Medicaid as part of health reform have enrolled more people than they expected, generating bigger health coverage gains but also prompting fears among some policymakers that states will thus bear higher-than-expected future costs. —Jesse Cross-Call, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, 08/03/15 More »

Nurses at Las Palmas Medical Center Plan Picket

Nurses at Las Palmas Medical Center Plan Picket

Registered nurses will hold an informational picket and rally on Thursday July 30 at Las Palmas Medical Center to urge the hospital to consistently comply with its staffing plan and take other steps to improve the hospital’s recruitment and retention of experienced RNs. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - Texas, 07/30/15 More »

Menorah Medical Center Nurses Plan Picket, Steps Needed to Recruit and Retain RNs

Menorah Medical Center Nurses Plan Picket, Steps Needed to Recruit and Retain RNs

Registered nurses will hold an informational picket and rally on Friday July 31 at Menorah Medical Center to urge the hospital to consistently comply with its staffing plan and take other steps to improve the hospital’s recruitment and retention of experienced RNs. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - MO/KS, 07/29/15 More »

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