For hospitals, sleep and patient satisfaction may go hand in hand
from Kaiser Health News
It's a common complaint — if you spend a night in the hospital, you probably won't get much sleep. There's the noise. There's the bright fluorescent hallway light. And there's the unending barrage of nighttime interruptions: vitals checks, medication administration, blood draws and the rest. As hospitals chase better patient ratings and health outcomes, an increasing number are rethinking how they function at night.
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