This compendium summarizes best practices in innovative oral health service delivery programs drawn from over 40 case studies conducted by the OHWRC in recent years.
This report highlights unique access barriers for specific high-need children (racial/ethnic minorities, low-income parents, uninsured families, Medicaid beneficiaries, rural individuals) or geographic regions.
This study summarizes the current state of affairs with the APS workforce, highlights efforts being made to address their issues, and recommends actions that would further support these efforts to improve community APS in the US.
This report describes state incentives for behavioral health provider recruitment, particularly in rural areas.
This study aimed to demonstrate how electronic health records data can be used as a workforce research tool to assess the scope, contributions, and value of social work, a profession still in the process of establishing its return on investment in health care.
This study compares 10 different health care occupations and certified practitioners in providing non-pharmacological pain management treatments to patients with chronic pain.
The Health Workforce Training Program Evaluation Toolkit is a comprehensive “program evaluation 101” resource for both new and established programs seeking to learn new evaluation strategies.
The purpose of this study is to examine the size and distribution of the advanced practice psychiatric nurse workforce relative to the total psychiatry workforce to determine whether nurses are predominantly working in areas with higher or lower levels of behavioral health specialists.
This cross-sectional study examines the relationship between reimbursement and behavioral health provider geographic distribution and seeks to understand how Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement for behavioral health providers may limit service delivery.
This project seeks to understand which behavioral health services primary care physicians currently provide for their clients and how often they do so.