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Using Medicaid Claims Data to Calculate Capacity for Federally Designated Shortage Areas: PART 2

Date: June 21, 2017Presenter: Eric TurerTopics: Data Sources, Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), Methods, Primary Care Officers

HWTAC is pleased to announce a webinar series on using Medicaid claims data to calculate Medicaid accessible provider capacity for federal shortage area applications (HPSA/MUA/P). This webinar – the second in the series – will be a hands-on workshop and demonstration using a Microsoft Access test file, to be provided in advance for registered attendees. It is highly recommended that attendees wishing to participate in the hands-on component verify that they have MS Access installed on their computer in advance.

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Using Medicaid Claims Data to Calculate Capacity for Federally Designated Shortage Areas: PART 1

Date: May 24, 2017Presenter: Eric TurerTopics: Data Sources, Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), Methods, Primary Care Officers

HWTAC is pleased to announce a 2-part webinar series on using Medicaid claims data to calculate Medicaid accessible provider capacity for federal shortage area applications (HPSA/MUA/P). The first webinar (PART 1) will be a training session on processing the data and the second webinar (PART 2) will be a hands-on workshop, working with a test file provided in advance.

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An Introduction to Accessing, Understanding, and Using Medicaid Data for HPSA Analysis

Date: December 15, 2016Presenters: Eric Turer, Marc Overbeck, Ryan Kline, Scott JonesTopics: Data Sources, Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), Methods, Primary Care Officers

Medicaid claims data are increasingly used in shortage designation analyses. The panelists will discuss their experiences in, among others, acquiring Medicaid claims data, cleaning the data, identifying provider specialty, and defining visits. The webinar will include time for PCO participants to ask questions and discuss their experiences using Medicaid claims data.

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Introduction to the Health Workforce Analysis Guide, Part 2: Secondary Data Sources for Health Workforce Research – Examples, Strengths, and Limitations

Date: December 7, 2016Presenter: Robert MartinianoTopics: Analysis, Data Sources, Methods, Modeling

The 2016 edition of the Health Workforce Analysis Guide was developed by the Health Workforce Technical Assistance Center to provide an updated framework for health workforce planners, policymakers, and researchers interested in health workforce data and analysis. This webinar, the second in a 2-part series, will provide an overview of secondary data sources available to health workforce researchers, highlighting strengths and weaknesses and providing examples of how these data can be used.

 

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Introduction to the Health Workforce Analysis Guide, Part 1: Data Collection, Levels of Analysis, and Special Challenges

Date: November 17, 2016Presenters: David Armstrong, Jean MooreTopics: Analysis, Data Collection, Data Sources, Methods, Modeling

The 2016 edition of the Health Workforce Analysis Guide was developed by the Health Workforce Technical Assistance Center to provide an updated framework for health workforce planners, policymakers, and researchers interested in health workforce data and analysis. This webinar, the first of a 2-part series, will provide an overview of the guide, with attention to the special challenges associated with conducting health workforce research.

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Introduction to HRSA’s Web-Based Nursing Supply and Demand Model

Date: March 16, 2016Presenters: Arpita Chattopadhyay, David Armstrong, Tim DallTopics: Data Sources, Demand, Modeling, Supply

HRSA’s web-based nursing model is a powerful new tool for health workforce planners and researchers to better understand future nursing supply and demand. The new web-based application allows states to examine the future supply of RNs and LPNs by practice setting in relation to demand for their services, and to explore alternative scenarios by modifying key parameters such as the graduation and retirement rate. This webinar discusses HRSA’s new model and demonstrates the user interface.

 

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Experiences Using the National Provider Identifier (NPI)

Date: March 25, 2015Presenters: Davis Patterson, Sue SkillmanTopics: Analysis, Data Sources, Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), Health Workforce Research Centers, Methods, Primary Care Officers, Supply

The NPI is an administrative tool of the Federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) used for processing claims and transferring health care information. The NPI can also be useful in studies of the health workforce. Researchers at the University of Washington WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies and Rural Health Research Center will share their experiences using NPI data for studies of the nation’s advanced practice nurse and physician workforces. They will describe the strengths, weaknesses, and their remaining questions about using NPI data.

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Understanding HRSA’s 2012-2025 Supply/Demand Nursing Projections

Date: February 25, 2015Presenters: George Zangaro, Tim DallTopics: Data Sources, Demand, Modeling, Supply

HRSA recently released a report, The Future of the Nursing Workforce: National and State-level Projections, 2012-2025, based on updated nursing supply and demand models using microsimulation to forecast workforce adequacy. This webinar describes HRSA’s new models and discusses their findings and implications. To view HRSA’s report, click the following link: HRSA_2012_2025_Nursing_Projections.

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Data, Methods, and Tips for Health Workforce Supply and Demand Modeling

Date: May 14, 2014Presenter: Tim DallTopics: Data Sources, Demand, Methods, Modeling, Supply

This webinar delves into alternative approaches to health workforce supply and demand modeling at the national, state, and local levels. Also discusses data and methods, and tips/best practices to help ensure study success. The presenter shares lessons learned over 20 years of health workforce modeling.

 

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