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Clese Erikson, MPA

Deputy Director, Health Workforce Policy Research Center and the Health Equity Workforce Research Center at The George Washington University (GW)

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Authors: Eric Luo | Clese Erikson | Candice Chen | Drishti Pillai | Nicholas Chong | Emily Bass | Patricia Pittman

Topics: Data Analysis, Data Visualization, Health Workforce Model and Projections, Workforce Demand

April 28, 2020
The Estimator is a tool to provide state-level data to state and federal planners considering different strategic approaches to ensure sufficient heath workforce for COVID-19.
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Authors: Xinxin Han | Patricia Pittman | Clese Erikson | Fitzhugh Mullan | Leighton Ku

Topics: Health Information Technology, Rural Health

October 28, 2019
This article helps validate the effectiveness of the National Health Service Corps (NHSC) loan repayment and scholarship incentives as a recruitment strategy and to inform policies on the impact of NHSC on community health centers' patient care capacity.
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Authors: Avi Dor | Patricia Pittman | Clese Erikson | Roberto Delhy | Xinxin Han

Topics: Staffing

October 28, 2016
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.
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Authors: Patricia Pittman | Clese Erikson | Xiaoli Wu | Emily Bass

Topics: Telehealth

August 26, 2016
This report examines 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.
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Authors: Leah Masselink | Clese Erikson

Topics: Community Health Centers, Health Information Technology, Staffing

August 1, 2016
This report helps to understand 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.
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