Nurses are too often tied to other activities than taking care of their patients. Tasks such as documentation, preparation of medication and routines take up a lot of time - but in addition, the nurses also waste too much time on non-nursing tasks. They take over housekeeping duties, go on errands or steer simple process with high effort manually. The headcount is thin due to financial constraints and the empty nursing market. As a result, employees are stressed, have high rates of illness and are generally often dissatisfied and overburdened.