And, it led to the organization of the Alaska Health Workforce Coalition –a collaborative, statewide forum for organizations to monitor and address specific action items in order to stabilize an appropriate and adequate health workforce for the state . The purpose of the 2012 Health Workforce Vacancy Study (HWVS) was to assess the current
What is a Vacancy Rate? • For the Alaska Health Workforce Vacancy Study: • A vacancy rate is the percentage of total, budgeted positions that are open at a particular point in time • You can read them as: • In the 2012 study, for every 100 [insert specific occupation] positions, you could expect ## to be vacant. • Vacancy Rates are NOT equivalent to need
Funding to support the 2009 Alaska Health Workforce Vacancy Study was provided by Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, Alaskan's for Access to Health Care (ACCESS), University of Alaska Fairbanks, Tanana Valley campus Telemedicine program, and University of Alaska Anchorage's Community and Technical College (CTC) and the School of Nursing.
2007 Alaska Health Workforce Vacancy Study 2 August 2007 The national Pharmacist shortage has hit Alaska hard and affects every region , with high estimated vacancy numbers (98), and an estimated vacancy rate of 23.7%. Therapists of all kinds – Physical, Occupational, Speech, and Speech
2007 Alaska Health Workforce Vacancy Study July 2007 Alaska Center for Rural Health-Alaska’s AHEC ii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Alaska is confronted by a “perfect storm” of health professional shortages.
Funding to support the 2007 Alaska Health Workforce Vacancy Study was provided by the University of Alaska Statewide, Office of the Associate Vice President for Health, Karen Perdue, through a federal grant from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (#5-H755-DP024673).
I am pleased to present the UAMS Center for Rural Health Workforce Vacancy Study for 2011. We hope this work will serve to inform you about the present and future demand for health providers and will contribute to the long range planning for addressing the workforce of all health professions in Arkansas. Sincerely, Ann Bynum, Ed.D.
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Alaskan's for Access to Health Care. University of Alaska Fairbanks, Tanana Valley campus Telemedicine program. University of Alaska Anchorage, Community and Technical College. University of Alaska Anchorage, School of Nursing.
care professions, as determined by the 2009 Health Workforce Vacancy Study conducted by the Alaska Center for Rural Health, range from 12.9 percent for community health aides and practitioners to ... ALASKA HEALTH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PLAN Alaskans. The health care workforce .
• Vacancy Rates • Organizational Benefits & Staff Pay Rates • Staff Work Experience & Job Satisfaction Oklahoma Behavioral Healthcare Workforce Study: Statewide Report February 14, 2011 This research was supported by the Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant,
Contains an annotated review of hospice workforce literature published between 2000 and 2013. Review was completed to assist in identifying hospice provider types for a hospice workforce study to be completed by the Rural Health Reform Policy Research Center.
Health Workforce Vacancy Data Health workforce vacancy data are essential for planning strategies to solve the complex problems associated with shortages of health professions. Vacancy data provide exact numbers for workforce shortages. Vacancy data are needed for health professions in Arkansas hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, and Community
Learn about the rural project Alaska Health Workforce Coalition, including summary information on project services, results, potential replication, and contacts for additional information. ... completion of a health vacancy study, and the development and expansion of health-related education programs. Description
positions, increased demand for health care services, retirements or promotions. With demand expected to grow, increased vacancy rates are a cause for concern and can have an effect on access to health care. Reports from throughout the nation indicate that Missouri is …
8/20/2012 · Development of an interactive model for planning the care workforce for Alberta: case study ... policies and demonstrated that continuation of current policies would lead to significant shortfalls in the care workforce and high vacancy ... Salla M, John NL, Gunn V, Sara B: Effects of policy options for human resources for health: an analysis of ...
Workforce A Study of the Supply and Demand for Pharmacists The Pharmacist Workforce Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration Bureau of Health Professions. Report to Congress The Pharmacist Workforce: ... Pharmacy vacancy rates in the Federal sector have risen dramatically in recent years, ...
In a 2002 study, the Journal of the ... 5 Minnesota Health Workforce Demand Assessment 2003. Minnesota Department of Health Office of Rural Health and Primary Care, 2003. ... the Minnesota Department of Health, a vacancy rate of more than 10 percent is considered high. At this time, advanced nurse practitioners can likely find employment in ...
Community Health Centers: Workforce and Access Issues ... Other Clinician Vacancy Rates at Health Centers, 2004 Source: Rosenblatt R, Andrilla H, Curtin T, and Hart G. Shortages of Medical Personnel at Community Health Centers. ... • Jefferson County KY Primary Care and Oral Health Needs Assessment Workforce Study and ‐ 2010 – Study Goals
The first stakeholder dialogue on Human Resource for Health (HRH) in Bangladesh took place on 28th March 2012. The dialogue was mainly to start advocacy on the need of adequate and skilled health workforce for well functioning health system and advocate for the Country Coordination and Facilitation (CCF) process as initiated by the Alliance.
FINAL DRAFT- July13, 2010 . 1. Introduction: Planning Alaska’s Health Workforce . The purpose of this grant application is to complete the comprehensive health care workforce development planning effort for Alaska begun in August, 2009, and leading to an initial plan that
Imbalance in the health workforce is a major challenge for health policy-makers, since human resources—the different kinds of clinical and non-clinical staff who make each individual and public health intervention happen—are the most important of the health system’s inputs (WHO, 2000).