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Model Overview With a grant from the Physicians Foundation, the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research (Sheps Center) is developing a dynamic, open-source, web-based tool to project physician supply and demand and estimates of shortages in the United States. The model will be intuitive, easy to use, customizable, and freely available to all… Read more »
Empowering Physicians Improving Healthcare Developing an Open-Source Model for Projecting Physician Shortages in the United States The purpose of this document is to describe the status of work completed by the Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the first year of a two… Read more »
Human Resources for Health The term “stress” is used to describe conditions where supply trends move differently than they have in the past Workforce problems and solutions Past and current research themes Questions to be asked
Policy context of allied health What can NC learn from New Zealand? Allied health job vacancy tracking report: demand-side data Are We Creating Intelligence
Retooling and Reconfiguring North Carolina’s Health Workforce to Meet the Demands of a Transformed Health Care System Why we need to retool and reconfigure the workforce Current challenges Future challenges What is needed to move toward a transformed system? Alignment of AHEC traditional mission with goals of health reform
Reconfiguring and Retooling the Workforce To Meet the Needs of a Transformed Health System Current policy context Health workforce planning in the past Health workforce planning in the future What can we learn from New Zealand?
What will North Carolina need now and in the future? Current policy context Shift from “who” delivers care to “how” care is delivered Flexible use of workers needed to improve care delivery and efficiency Engaging clinicians, employers and patients in reconfiguring workforce Building partnerships Using data to shape policy
How can we transform the workforce to meet the needs of a transformed health system? March 25, 2014: North Carolina Community College System, CE Leadership Institute Framing this presentation People ask us: “Will North Carolina have the right number of health professionals it needs now and in the future?” I’d like to reframe as: What… Read more »
Are We Preparing the Allied Health Workforce North Carolina Will Need Now and in the Future? November 12, 2013: North Carolina Community College System Framing this presentation People ask us: “Will North Carolina have the right number of health professionals it needs now and in the future?” I’d like to reframe as: What will be… Read more »
Reconfiguring and Retooling the Workforce To Meet the Needs of a Transformed Health System April 15, 2013: H2P Consortium National Advisory Council Meeting Presentation Overview Current policy context Health workforce planning in the past Health workforce planning in the future What can we learn from New Zealand?
AAMC Physician Workforce Research Conference May 3, 2012 | Washington, DC Developing an open source simulation model of physician supply and healthcare utilization. Project Goals (briefly) Overview of current model Outline key questions Solicit feedback Discussion
Health Workforce Modeling: Past, Present and Future Challenges and Opportunities May 3, 2013: AAMC Physician Workforce Research Conference A sandbox approach to this presentation Limitations of past models Overview of our physician projection model Challenges Geography Utilization Supply Plasticity Accounting for error Dynamism and relevance User interface