The Role of the Health Care Workforce in Delivery System Reform

On-Site Materials (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

“2017 Value-Based Payment Study”. American Academy of Family Physicians. November 29, 2017. Available at

“Preserving Primary Care Robustness Despite Increasing Health System Integration”. Robert L. Phillips, Jr. Family Medicine. September 2017. Available at

“The Complexities of Physician Supply and Demand: Projections from 2015 to 2030”. Tim Dall, Ritashree Chakrabarti, Will Iacobucci, Alpana Hansari, and Terry West. IHS Markit. February 28, 2017. Available at

“The Direct Care Workforce – Raising the Floor of Job Quality”. Steven L. Dawson. American Society on Aging. June 8, 2017. Available at

“Comparison of Intended Scope of Practice for Family Medicine Residents With Reported Scope of Practice Among Practicing Family Physicians”. Anastasia J. Coutinho, Anneli Cochrane, and Keith Stelter. The JAMA Network. December 8, 2015. Available at

“Spending Patterns in Region of Residency Training and Subsequent Expenditures for Care Provided by Practicing Physicians for Medicare Beneficiaries”. Candice Chen, Stephen Peterson, Robert Phillips, Andrew Bazemore, and Fitzhugh Mullan. The JAMA Network. December 10, 2014. Available at

Additional Materials (listed chronologically, beginning with the most recent)

“Community Health Workers Bring Cost Savings to Patient-Centered Medical Homes”. Maurice L. Moffett, Aruther Kaufman, and Andrew Bazemore. Journal of Community Health. July 10, 2017. Available at

“We Need More Geriatricians, Not More Primary Care Physicians”. Michael Cantor. NEJM Catalyst. June 28, 2017. Available at

“FutureDocs: Nation has Enough Physicians to Meet the Nation’s Overall Needs – For now. Distribution to Worsen”. Emily K. Tierney, Thomas C. Ricketts, Andy Knapton, and Erin P. Fraher. UNC The Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research, Program on Health Workforce and Research Policy. April 26, 2017. Available at

“Primary Care and Behavioral Health Workforce Integration: Barriers and Best Practice”. Jessica Buche, Phillip M. Singer, Kyle Grazier, Elizabeth King, Emma Maniere, and Angela Beck. Behavioral Health Workforce Research Center at the Univeristy of Michigan. February 2017. Available at

“Team-Based Primary Care: Opportunities and Challenges”. Diana M. Wohler and Winston Liaw. Starfield Summit. January 27, 2017. Available at

“Rethinking the Primary Care Workforce – An Expanded Role for Nurses”. Thomas Bodenheimer and Laurie Bauer. NEJM Catalyst. November 28, 2016. Available at

“Does ACO Adoption Change the Health Workforce Configuration in U.S. Hospitals?”. Avi Dor, Patricia Pittman, Clese Erickson, Roberto Delhy, and Xinxin Han. GW Health Workforce Research Center. October 28, 2016. Available at

“Primary Care Workforce: The Need To Remove Barriers For Nurse Practitioners And Physicians” Health Affairs Blog. Joanne Pohl, Anne Thomas, Debra Barksdale, Kitty Werner. October 26, 2016. Available at

“Workforce Planning and Development in Time of Delivery System Transformation”. Patricia Pittman and Ellen Scully-Russ. Human Resource for Health. September 23, 2016. Available at

“Project ECHO’s Complex Care Initiative: Building Capacity to help “Superutilizers” in Underserved Communities”. Martha Hostetter, Sarah Klein, and Douglas McCarthy. The Commonwealth Fund. August 9, 2016. Available at

“Fighting the silent crisis of physician burnout”. Tom Jenike. Stat News. June 29, 2016. Available at Available at

“The Direct Care Workforce Raising the Floor of Job Quality”. American Society on Aging. Steven L. Dawson, June 8th, 2016. Available at

“The Future of Home Health Care: Workshop Summary”. Victoria Weisfield and Tracy A. Lustig. The National Academies Press. August 2015. Available at

“Nursing in a Transformed Health Care System: New Roles, New Rules”. Erin Fraher, Joanne Spetz, and Mary Naylor. Penn Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics. June 2015. Available at

“How Community Health Workers Can Reinvent Health Care Delivery In The US”. Judy Phalen and Rebecca Paradis. Health Affairs Blog. January 16, 2015. Available at