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  1. The Impact of Workforce Shortages on Cost, Quality and Access: How Should We Respond
  2. The Center for Health Workforce Studies School of Public Health,.University at Albany, SUNY
  3. Overview of Presentation
  4. Crisis as Opportunity: The Crisis
  5. Where are the Shortages?
  6. The Health Workforce: A Basic Premise
  7. Factors Contributing to Health Workforce Shortages
  8. Factors Contributing to Health Workforce Shortages (continued)
  9. Impacting Factors
  10. The Health Care Workforce
  11. More Than 1 in 10 Americans Works in Health Care or is a Health Professional
  12. Demographics of the Health Workforce: Gender
  13. Demographics of the Health Workforce: Age
  14. Demographics of the Health Workforce: Race/ethnicity
  15. Growth Between 1990 and 2000 and Projected Growth 2000-2010 Health Care Occupation and Non-Health Care Employments
  16. Health Care Occupations Forecast to Grow the Most from 2000 to 2010
  17. Long-Term Care Paraprofessionals
  18. Nurse Aides and Personal Care Workers comprise 38 percent of the Nursing Home Employees. Nursing & Personal Care Facility Employment by Occupation, US, 1998
  19. Home Health Aides and Personal Care Workers comprise Half of All Home Care Workers and RNs are Nearly 20 percent. Home Health Care Services Employment by Occupation, US, 1998
  20. Demographics of the Long-Term Care Paraprofessional Workforce: Age
  21. Demographics of the Long-Term Care Paraprofessional Workforce: Education
  22. Demographics of the Long-Term Care Paraprofessional Workforce: Race
  23. A Conceptual Framework for State Responses to Workforce Shortages
  24. 1.A Expanding the Pipeline: Educational Strategies
  25. 1.B Expanding the Pipeline: Other Strategies
  26. 2. Improving Retention and Job Related Strategies
  27. 2. Improving Retention and Job Related Strategies (continued)
  28. 3. Modify Demand and Improve Productivity
  29. 4. Other Responses to Shortages
  30. The AHA Health Workforce Commission
  31. In Our Hands-How Hospital Leaders Can Build a Thriving Workforce
  32. Ten Recommendations for States to Address Workforce Shortages and Improve Quality
  33. Ten Recommendations for States to Address Workforce Shortages and Improve Quality (continued)
  34. Crisis as Opportunity: The Opportunity


The Impact of Workforce Shortages on Cost, Quality, and Access: How Should We Respond, a presentation by Edward Salsberg, Executive Director of the Center for Health Workforce Studies, School of Public Health, University at Albany, given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long-Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.

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