In this National Recruitment & Retention Data Summary STAR² Center staff examined the results of their annually updated health center Data Profiles at a national level to create profiles of sub-groups of health centers based on different crosscutting attributes such as grant type, rural/urban location, organizational size, and corporate structure. The data elements were then assigned a ‘flagging point’, indicating that the value for an organization was notably different from the norm for that measure. By examining differential flagging rates between the sub-groups the report identifies the broad patterns that exist within the data and highlight areas of particular need among the health center community at a national level.
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