Burnout, not vaccine mandates, remains the driving force behind labor shortages

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As vaccine mandates turn out to be additional prevalent in hospitals, and as President Biden’s nationwide vaccine mandate looms, there have been fears about how these prerequisites will affect the healthcare sector’s by now precarious labor circumstance.

Handed earlier this month, Biden’s mandate necessitates that all healthcare staff at Medicare and Medicaid collaborating hospitals or who work in other options get vaccinated towards COVID-19. The mandate applies to over 17 million healthcare staff, according to the White House.

The rule will be enforced by the Facilities for Medicare and Medicaid Solutions, which is developing an interim last rule with a remark period that will be issued in Oct.

The mandate has been typically well-been given, however, some, which includes the American Clinic Association, have lifted problems that it could exacerbate “the extreme workforce scarcity troubles that currently exist.”

But these problems that vaccine mandates will have

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