Iowa nurses to see pay raise with increase in Medicaid
AP/Chicago Tribune, May 12, 2008
The Iowa Legislature has agreed to give medium and large hospitals a 1% increase in Medicaid money, which hospitals have promised to use to increase nurses' salaries. According to a 2006 federal survey, Iowa ranks 52nd in nurses' pay among the 54 states and territories.
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