This brief examines the scopes of practice for 4 common behavioral health paraprofessions and addiction counselor occupations, and investigates the alignment, or lack thereof, between scopes of practice and actual practice for each profession.
This report examines trends in demand for advanced training by dental students and how this aligns with current policy supporting this training and practice. The report also explores the impact of residencies in ambulatory care settings, particularly for FQHCs, on service capacity and access for patients.
This study identifies the characteristics of veterans entering healthcare occupations, with a focus on allied health professions, and identifies occupations most commonly taken on by veterans.
This report describes the process of redesigning the Dental Hygiene Professional Practice Index (DHPPI) and provides the scores for each state on the new index.
This pilot study assesses behavioral health workforce supply and need, barriers to recruiting and retaining care providers, and the extent to which care coordination occurs within care providers serving underserved, rural populations in Michigan.
In this study, researchers investigate the use of current procedural terminology (CPT) codes used in behavioral health practice; identify restrictions and limitations around each commonly used CPT; and interview behavioral health providers about CPT code restrictions that may limit scopes of practice.
This report provides a descriptive analysis of workforce differences between hospitals that participate in some form of an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) and those that do not.
Workforce Planning & Development in Times of Delivery System Transformation: The Stories of Kaiser Permanente and Montefiore Health System
This study explores the dynamic processes and interactions that are driving a new approach to workforce planning and development (WFPD).
The objective of this report is to describe the roles and functions of social workers in integrated healthcare settings.
This study explores perceptions of CEOs of community health centers (CHCs) with a variety of staff configurations, and identifies a typology of factors they consider when deciding how to staff their centers.