Care Delivery of the Future: The Role of the Health Care Workforce

Panel #1 – Delivery System Reform and Its Effect on the Health Care Workforce

“New Research Reaffirms Physician Shortage.” Stuart Heiser. AAMC News. March 2017. http://allh.us/9XRU

“Fighting the silent crisis of physician burnout”. Tom Jenike. Stat News. June 29, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/T8KQ

“National Academy of Medicine Launches ‘Action Collaborative’ to Promote Clinician Well-Being and Combat Burnout, Depression, and Suicide Among Health Care Workers”. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. December 15, 2016. Available at http://allh.us/umjn

Panel #2 – The Behavioral Health Workforce

“The Psychiatric Shortage: Causes and Solutions, National Council for Behavioral Health”. CBH Staff. The National Council for Behavioral Health.  March 2017. http://allh.us/8XdG

“Building The Mental Health Workforce Capacity Needed To Treat Adults With Serious Mental Illnesses”. Mark Olfson, Health Affairs, June, 2016. http://allh.us/pUfX

“The psychiatry workforce pool is shrinking. What are we doing about it?” Peter F. Buckley,  Henry A. Nasrallah, Current Psychiatry. September 2016. http://allh.us/BGeu

Panel #3 – Caring for an Aging Population

“National and Regional Projections of Supply and Demand for Geriatricians: 2013-2025”. HRSA Staff.  HRSA. April, 2017, http://allh.us/wrQd

“6 Ways to Address the LTSS Workforce Crisis”. Geralyn Magan. Leading Age. August 1, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/mpW4

“Squaring to the Challenge: Who will be tomorrow’s Caregivers?” Abby Marquand and Amy York, Generations, May 4, 2016. http://allh.us/KVGX

“Traveling the Valley of the Shadow of Death In 2017” Joann Lynn, Health Affairs, October 18, 2017. http://allh.us/ufdk


Additional Materials

Panel #1 – Delivery System Reform and Its Effect on the Health Care Workforce

“California’s Primary Care Workforce: ForecastedSupply, Demand, and Pipeline of Trainees, 2016-2030”. Joanne Spetz, Janet Coffman and Igor Geyn. Healthforce Center at UCSF. August 15, 2017. Available at http://allh.us/6tfC

“The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand: Projections from 2015 to 2030.” Tim Dall, Ritashree Chakrabarti, Will Iacobucci, Alpana Hansari, Terry West. AAMC. February 2017. http://allh.us/rkFJ

“Supply and Demand Projections of the Nursing Workforce: 2014-2030. HRSA Staff. HRSA. April, 2017. http://allh.us/7Dka

“Fact Sheet: Creating a More Highly Qualified Nursing Workforce”. American Association of Colleges of Nursing. March 19, 2015. Available at http://allh.us/ehQu

Panel #2 – The Behavioral Health Workforce

“Health Workforce Projections: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers”. HRSA Staff. HRSA. November 2016. http://allh.us/4vFT

“Workforce”. SAMHSA Staff, SAMHSA, 2017. http://allh.us/mJK9

“The Mental Health Workforce: A Primer”. Elayne J. Heisler and Erin Bagalman, Congressional Research Service, April, 2015. http://allh.us/jYbt

“Population Of US Practicing Psychiatrists Declined, 2003–13, Which May Help Explain Poor Access To Mental Health Care”. Tara F. Bishop, Joanna K. Seirup, Harold Alan Pincus, and Joseph S. Ross, Health Affairs, July, 2016, http://allh.us/cB4V

Panel #3 – Caring for an Aging Population

“Preparing for Better Health and Health Care for an Aging Population”. John W. Rowe, Terry Fulmer, Linda Fried, JAMA.  http://allh.us/FvjA

“Online Training– Can it Prepare an Eldercare Workforce?” Laura N. Gitlin and Nancy Hodgson, Generations. May 10, 2016

“The Eldercare Workforce – Who Cares?” Steven L. Dawson and Christopher A. Langston, Generations, May, 2016. http://allh.us/VpWY