A robust and diverse workforce that includes engaged clinical and technical professionals is essential to realize the full potential of information and technology to transform health. Learn more with the HIMSS Podcasts for Healthcare IT Leaders: Workforce Development.
Taking steps to promote diversity and inclusion in your organization can have a significant positive impact on your recruitment and retention efforts. Join the STAR² Center and our expert guest faculty from the Association of Asian Pacific Community Health Organizations (AAPCHO) and the National Health Care for the Homeless...
This policy issue brief released in March 2019 discusses the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program.
This webinar discussed the science of happiness and well-being and how it can be applied in our daily lives, including: Research demonstrating that we can become happier by finding contentment and strengthening our social connections Evidence that employers are increasingly focused on well-being and providing benefits like paid family...
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.
Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center – Scopes of Practice for Behavioral Health Professionals
This tool is for exploring the state-by-state characteristics of the behavioral health workforce. Selecting a state will output information about behavioral health professionals in that state, including what requirements they must meet to earn their credential and which services they are authorized to perform.
This article breaks down the various methods for flexible shceduling and the impact this approach can have on employees.
The ProQOL is the most commonly used measure of the negative and positive affects of helping others who experience suffering and trauma. The ProQOL has sub-scales for compassion satisfaction, burnout and compassion fatigue. The measure has been in use since 1995. There have been several revisions. The ProQOL 5...
This tool was created to measure and track turnover data at health centers. The tool will be deployed as part of a coordinated effort to collect data on turnover which will allow ACU, PCAs, and others to focus their retention efforts and activities where they are most needed.
This web-based self-assessment tool walks a user through the details of compensation structures and packages to help health centers understand, evaluate, and improve their compensation for increased success in recruitment of provider staff.