Five Questions With: Rick Brooks

"WHILE THERE will always be a need for acute care hospitals and nurses, there are likely to be new opportunities for nurses in community settings such as primary care, home care and hospice care," said Rick Brooks, director of United Nurses & Allied Professionals in Providence. /
When we talk about health care reform, one of the key elements sometimes left out of the conversation is the important role that nurses will play in achieving in the desired outcomes – affordability, improved access, prevention, and better health outcomes. PBN spoke to Rick Brooks, the director of United Nurses & Allied Professionals in…

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