In this study the authors examined the extent to which telehealth is being used in settings that are among the locations most in need: the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) approved grantee sites.
Perceptions of Electronic Health Records Effects on Staffing, Workflow, & Productivity in Community Health Centers
The authors of this study investigate how community health centers’ implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) has changed staffing models, staff roles, and workflow, and the mechanisms by which EHRs influence staff productivity and coordination between providers and quality of care.
Using a New Evidence-Based Health Workforce Innovation Research Framework to Compare Innovations in Community Health Center and Other Ambulatory Care Settings
This project aims to develop a new evidence-based health workforce innovation research framework and applyies the model to compare health workforce innovations at community health centers and other ambulatory care settings.
Longitudinal Analysis of Electronic Health Record Adoption on Staffing Mix in Community Health Centers
The authors of this study assess how the medical staffing mix changed over time with the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) in community health centers (CHCs).
This analysis describes the changes in the workforce of community health centers from 2007 to 2013.
This study examines medical staffing patterns, the contributions of different staff to productivity, and the factors associated with staffing at community health centers across the country.