The Self-Assessment Tool’s primary purpose is to help you identify strategies that may improve your success with provider recruitment and retention. Using your responses, the Self-Assessment Tool will provide brief recommendations on those topics you might want to pursue. Many topics covered in the tool have corresponding resources in the STAR² Center resource center, and the tool can inform TA provided to the health centers. The report generated from this tool can be used with the individual health center recruitment and retention profile to paint a comprehensive picture of workforce challenges at an organization and next steps to address those challenges.
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