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Erica Richman, PhD, MSW

Research Analyst, Health Workforce Research and Policy, the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Authors: Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Erica Richman | Alexandria Forte | Brianna Lombardi

Topics: COVID-19

January 4, 2022
This policy brief discusses the unique experiences of these low-wage health workers based on findings from in-depth qualitative interviews in 3 states (CA, CO, NC) with workers in environmental services, food services, and patient transport roles. This study was in collaboration with the UCSF Health Workforce Research Center for Long-Term Care.
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Authors: Erica Richman | Brianna Lombardi | Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Alexandria Forte

Topics: Diversity, Health Information Technology

December 7, 2021
This article assesses how well electronic health record (EHR) documentation identifies which health professionals act to address patient social determinants of health (SDOH) and what interventions are conducted.
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Authors: Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Brianna Lombardi | Erica Richman | Alexandria Forte | Meriel McCollum

Topics: COVID-19

October 1, 2021
This article discusses burnout prevention and reduction strategies at the individual, organizational, and community system levels, often related to communication, role shifting, and wellness initiatives.
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Authors: Erica Richman | Brianna Lombardi | Lisa de Saxe Zerden

Topics: Health Information Technology, Methodology, Staffing

July 1, 2020
This research brief uses electronic health record data to describe the mix of profession­als identifying and addressing pa­tient Social Determinants of Health (SDOH).
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Authors: Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Brianna Lombardi | Erica Richman | Anjalee Sharma

Topics: Behavioral Health, Primary Care

March 3, 2020
This research brief assesses which professionals comprise the workforce that provides medication-assisted treatment (MAT) in primary care, how office-based opioid treatment (OBOT) teams communicate about patient care, and the behavioral components of MAT provided in primary care settings.
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