Staffing relates to the professionals working within a given organization. Staffing configuration and supply are always important considerations. In the health workforce, staffing is used to effectively meet demands of patients and provide quality health care.

Search by Resource Type
Search by Topic

Authors: Patricia Pittman | Jeongyoung Park | Emily Bass | Eric Luo

Topics: Community Health Centers, Nursing, Staffing

September 25, 2020
This article explores why the productivity of APCs varies across CHCs, as measured in their marginal contribution to overall patient visits.
More Info
GW Health Workforce Research Center logo

Authors: Tracy Mroz | Arati Dahal | Rachel Prusynski | Susan Skillman | Bianca Frogner

Topics: Nursing, Staffing

September 18, 2020
This article examines the relationships between organizational characteristics of skilled nursing facilities and employment of therapy assistants.
More Info
University of Washington Center for Health Workforce Studies logo

Authors: Simona Surdu | Elizabeth Mertz | Margaret Langelier | Jean Moore

Topics: Data Analysis, Diversity, Oral Health, Staffing

September 16, 2020
This study analyzed gender differences in dental practice using the American Dental Association’s 2010-2016 Masterfile and the 2017 Survey of Dental Practice.
More Info
Oral Health Workforce Research Center logo

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

Topics: Data Analysis, Health Information Technology, 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).
More Info
Carolina Health Workforce Research Center logo

Authors: Nancy Baum | Jaque King

Topics: Behavioral Health, Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs), Rural Health, Staffing

March 10, 2020
This report describes state incentives for behavioral health provider recruitment, particularly in rural areas.
More Info
Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center logo