A video opinion piece published yesterday by the New York Times “takes a one-sided view of these workforce challenges and omits many key facts and data,” writes AHA President and CEO Rick Pollack. “The real story is that hospitals and health systems are advocating for real, commonsense solutions to our nation’s complex health care workforce challenges that will help bolster our workforce in the near-term and for generations to come.” 
 

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