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Phillip Singer, MHSA

Doctoral candidate in the Department of Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health

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Authors: Christian Vazquez | Phillip Singer | Mary Ruffolo | Brian Perron

Topics: Behavioral Health

March 1, 2017
This reports identifies common competency sets used across the behavioral health workforce and assesses the alignment of competency statement content across behavioral health occupations.
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Authors: Phillip Singer | Ronald Manderscheid | Cynthia Moreno Tuohy | Matthew Boulton

Topics: Behavioral Health, Data Analysis, Data Collection

December 1, 2016
This report discusses the behavioral health workforce MDS instrument that was developed by the Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center, exploring demographics, licensure and certification, education and training background, occupation and area of practice, and practice characteristics and practice settings.
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Authors: Jessica Buche | Angela Beck | Cory Page | Phillip Singer | Brad Casemore | Dawn Nelson

Topics: Behavioral Health, Workforce Supply

November 1, 2016
This policy brief assesses behavioral health workforce supply and need, barriers to recruiting and retaining care providers, and the extent to which care coordination occurs within care providers serving underserved, rural populations in Michigan.
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Authors: Jessica Buche | Angela Beck | Phillip Singer

Topics: Behavioral Health, Diversity, Staffing

September 1, 2016
This policy brief assesses work environment factors that may impact recruitment, retention, job satisfaction, and diversity of the behavioral health workforce.
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Authors: Cory Page | Jessica Buche | Angela Beck | Phillip Singer

Topics: Behavioral Health, Scope of Practice (SOP)

August 1, 2016
This policy brief explores scopes of practice for 9 behavioral health occupations, comparing similarities, variations, and gaps in provider authority.
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