This policy issue brief released in March 2019 discusses the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program.
The Health Workforce Research Centers support research to assist decision-makers at the federal, state and local levels to better understand health workforce needs. This page contains a directory of Health Workforce Research Centers.
STAR² Center and Capital Link – Financial and Workforce Characteristics of High-Performing Health Centers
This infographic illustrates key findings from the STAR² Center and Capital Link’s study, which examines the financial and workforce characteristics of high-performing health centers across the country. Developed with support from the Health Resources and Services Administration.
This report covers the costs associated with a provider vacancy at a health center beyond the dollar value and provides recommendations for steps to bolster a plan for recruitment and retention to avoid these costs in the future.
The Association of Clinicians for the Underserved (ACU) recognizes the immense impact that health professions training programs have in creating a prepared workforce and alleviating recruitment and retention challenges at health centers. With the support of HRSA’s Bureau of Primary Health Care, ACU’s STAR² Center facilitated a short...
NACHC released a snapshot titled Community Health Center Workforce and Staffing Needs. This resource documents health centers’ current clinical staffing makeup nationally while summarizing their clinical vacancy experiences as well as the impact of those vacancies.
“As the impacts of health reform are felt across the country, states are recognizing the importance of having timely, objective, and comprehensive data on their health workforce to inform decision-making. A growing number of states are developing or planning to develop health workforce monitoring systems to use for health...
CHWS – An Exploratory Study of the Use of Telehealth Services by Federally Qualified Health Centers and Hospitals in New York State
This report summarizes findings from a survey of New York’s health care providers on their use of telehealth services. The study found that more than half of federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) and hospitals who responded to the survey report using telehealth services.
Developed by OHWRC at CHWS, this brief summarizes key findings from the Dental Assistant Workforce report, specifically demographic and employment characteristics of dental assistants and gaps in data about this workforce.
This research brief examines the dentist and dental hygienist workforce in New York, including counts and demographic characteristics, as well as practice characteristics.