HIDA estimates US hospitals lost between US$53B to $122B in 2021, with 84% of hospitals facing nursing shortages, 22% of nurses possibly leaving job in next year: 2021 Hospitals And Health Systems Market Report

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March 9, 2022 (press release) –

The Delta variant, worker shortages and supply chain challenges all caused difficulties in 2021 for hospitals working to recover from last year’s pandemic related financial losses.  The 2021 Hospitals and Health Systems Market Report analyzes major market trends impacting the industry, including the impact of COVID-19 on patient volumes and finances, employment shortages and reimbursement trends.

Hospitals are estimated to lose between $53-122 billion in 2021
84% of hospitals face nursing workforce challenges
22% of nurses may leave their job within the next year
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