Allied health professionals are trained professionals who share in the responsibility for the delivery of healthcare services such as identifying, evaluating, and preventing disease, as well as providing dietary guidance, rehabilitation services, and health systems management. Practitioners such as physicians, dentists, and nurses are typically excluded from inclusion in Allied Health.
FAQs About Allied Health
I’m interested in allied health and administrative support workers. They’re not always licensed. How do you count them?
For those professions, it may be necessary to conduct surveys, or rely on other data sources such as professional associations or the BLS, noting limitations as appropriate.