Employer Demand for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners to care for Older People and People with Disabilities

As the aging population grows, further increasing demand for long-term care (LTC) providers, some evidence suggests that employing more physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) may be and effective solution to meeting this demand. This report describes a study that analyzed LTC job posting data from 2014 to better understand employer demand for PAs…

The Impact of Nurse Delegation Regulations on the Provision of Home Care Services: A 4-State Case Study

Increased training and input from registered nurses is needed to identify appropriate health maintenance tasks to delegate to home care workers and to support development of training strategies. Using a qualitative case study approach, 4 states were selected with varying levels of restrictions in their nurse delegation regulations to conduct interviews. The researchers spoke with…

Emerging Health Technologies in Long-Term Care and Suppliers’ Views on Their Potential to Assist and Support the Workforce

Emerging technological advances have the potential to assist the long-term care (LTC) workforce in caring for an aging population in the home and LTC settings. Technology may change workforce needs and alleviate increasing workforce demand. This article analyzes emerging health technologies that may assist, replace, and/or support recruitment and retention of the workforce in home…

Emerging Health Technologies in Long-Term Care and Suppliers’ Views on Their Potential to Assist and Support the Workforce

Emerging technological advances have the potential to assist the long-term care (LTC) workforce in caring for an aging population in the home and LTC settings. Technology may change workforce needs and alleviate increasing workforce demand. This article analyzes emerging health technologies that may assist, replace, and/or support recruitment and retention of the workforce in home…

The Impact of Nurse Delegation Regulations on the Provision of Home Care Services: A 4-State Case Study

Increased training and input from registered nurses is needed to identify appropriate health maintenance tasks to delegate to home care workers and to support development of training strategies. Using a qualitative case study approach, 4 states were selected with varying levels of restrictions in their nurse delegation regulations to conduct interviews. The researchers spoke with…

Employer Demand for Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners to care for Older People and People with Disabilities

As the aging population grows, further increasing demand for long-term care (LTC) providers, some evidence suggests that employing more physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) may be and effective solution to meeting this demand. This report describes a study that analyzed LTC job posting data from 2014 to better understand employer demand for PAs…

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