Workforce Supply

Workforce supply represents the number of people working or available to work in health care settings. Depending on the situation, some supply estimates also incorporate specific adjustments that reflect capacity for work and productivity. For example, FTE (ie, full-time equivalent) estimates are based on the number of hours a person works a week to determine who is considered full-time.

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Presenters: Arati Dahal | Susan Skillman | Davis Patterson | Bianca Frogner

Topics: Allied Health, Nursing, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

June 23, 2020
This report explores what the ACS can tell us about commuting patterns among selected allied health occupations and registered nurses as well as how these patterns may inform discussions of health workforce supply.
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May 21, 2020
This webinar is a discussion with leaders of Health Workforce Research Centers (HWRCs) to get their perspectives on COVID-19 impacts on the health workforce.
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Authors: Susan Skillman | Bianca Frogner | Arati Dahal | Benjamin Stubbs | Grace Guenther

Topics: COVID-19, Education and Training, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

April 16, 2020
This brief describes the supply, distribution, education pathways, as well as COVID-19 emergency concerns about the respiratory therapist workforce capacity and examples of state approaches addressing workforce gaps.
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September 25, 2019
This webinar focuses on the implications of a study for practicing pediatric dentists along with a question and answer session about the study.
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