$37 billion represents pediatric home care, which is growing at nearly 8% annually, and expected to continue to do so.
Each year, there are over 3 million kids hospitalized in the U.S.
The severity of pediatric inpatient hospital cases is higher than recent years, driving a higher average length of stay, and need of transition services.
According to Research and Markets:
North America recently held the largest revenue share of the pediatric home health care industry.
The personal care assistance segment is expected to grow due to an increase in demand for long-term healthcare services for infants with complex cardiac, neurological, and respiratory disorders.
27% of nurses who quit the profession do so because they are burnt out
Doctors and nurses of every specialty believe that burnout is a symptom of a broken healthcare system that includes obstacles such as: too much red tape, too much insurance interference, not enough pay.
The current turnover rate for nurses is 27.1%
According to Health Expectations Open Access: