Does expanded state scope of practice for nurse practitioners and physician assistants increase primary care utilization in community health centers?
This study examines the impact of expanded state scope of practice for nurse practitioners and physician assistants on primary care utilization in community health centers by NP, PA, and primary care physician.
The Effects of the Implementation of Patient-Centered Medical Home on Staffing and Productivity in Community Health Centers
This study examined the workforce transformation occurring in community health centers (CHCs) that have achieved patient-centered medical home (PCMH) recognition, and assessed changes in staffing and productivity before and after the adoption of PCMH in CHCs between 2007 and 2013.
The primary objective of this study was to examine the effects of state Medicaid expansion on community health center staffing.
The purpose of this analysis is to better understand how hospitals are using Clinical Support Personnel (CSP), and to explore changes that may have occurred since the 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act.
Nurse‐related Clinical Non‐licensed Personnel in US Hospitals and their Relationship with Nurse Staffing Levels
This study examines the nurse-related clinical non-licensed personnel (CNLP) staffing in US hospitals between 2010 and 2014, in terms of their job categories, staffing trends, and relationship with registered nurse (RN) and licensed practical nurse (LPN) staffing.
Do Years of Experience with Electronic Health Records Matter for Productivity in Community Health Centers?
This study examined the relationship between the use of electronic health records and productivity in community health centers.
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).
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.
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.