Evan Galloway, MPS

Data Visualization Analyst and Research Associate, Health Workforce Research and Policy, Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Authors: Emily M. Hawes | Evan Galloway | Cristen P. Page | Mary Roth McClurg | Brianna Lombardi

Topics: Emerging Models and Innovations, Integration and Collaboration, Primary Care, Scope of Practice (SOP)

February 6, 2023
This brief investigates the prevalence of colocation of pharmacists with primary care physicians (PCPs) and examines the factors associated with colocation, including geographic location.
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Authors: Lisa de Saxe Zerden | Brianna Lombardi | Erica Richman | Connor Sullivan | Evan Galloway

Topics: Behavioral Health, Primary Care

December 23, 2022
This brief provides information on where co-location of DEA-wavered buprenorphine prescribers and behavioral health clinicians occurs and and among which type of providers. As this brief details, co-location varies geographically and by profession.
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Authors: Heather Wilson | Evan Galloway | Julie Spero | Thomas Ricketts | Erin Fraher | Julianna C Long

Topics: COVID-19, Health Workforce Models and Projections, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

February 1, 2021
This article describes how data was used in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic in North Carolina to support decisions about the deployment, surge, and maintenance of necessary health care staff.
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September 26, 2017
This webinar demonstrates two tools for data visualization, discusses the considerations that went into their design, and explores how these data can be used to help shape health policy.
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Authors: Erin Fraher | Erica Richman | Evan Galloway | Andy Knapton

Topics: Data Visualization, Education and Training

August 1, 2017
This policy brief examines the DocFlows web app developed by the Carolina Health Workforce, which allows users to query, download, and share maps/graphs of interstate moves by residents and actively practicing physicians in 35 specialties.
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