Quality aspect is linked to the hospital financial aspect in many ways than one. When effects of nursing burnout and shortage surface, increase financial responsibility is placed on the hospitals. Thus, improving quality of care by ways of retaining staff will also require financial support from the hospital but spare the hospitals budget in the long term. A clinical component would be to educate the staff within the medical surgical unit, where my preceptor and many staff experience short staffing and increased burnout daily. The proposal of increasing the length of preceptorships may directly impact the clinical side as patients may find their nurses are more confident and indirectly impact the financial aspect by decreasing hospital acquired infections and wounds. Quality care will likely be increased, and more patients will desire to revisit the hospital during their time of need, thus increasing the funding to hospitals, an indirect impact. By implementing the selected interventions, nurses may desire to stay at the facility, indirectly impacting the financial side and improving patient care.