Dialysis clinics are so understaffed that patients’ lives and wellbeing are being put at risk. Instead of using their millions in profits to solve the staffing crisis in the dialysis industry, the wealthy, for-profit corporations that dominate the industry are focused on trying to silence caregivers raising concerns around patient care and worker burnout.
Dialysis companies pay their executives millions, while paying frontline caregivers as little as $17 an hour. They can afford to hire more staff to ensure dialysis patients, who are especially impacted by staffing shortages, get the care they need and deserve. They can help retain experienced workers by paying dialysis caregivers a fair wage that keeps up with inflation and cost of living. The dialysis industry can and must do better.
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