Reports

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Building the Future Health Workforce in California: Emerging Lessons from Experience to Date and Key Considerations
A Report Commissioned by The California Endowment and Blue Shield of California Foundation
Jeff Oxendine, MPH, MBA; Kevin Barnett, DrPH, MCP; Holly Calhoun
August 25, 2017

California’s Homecare Crisis: Raising Wages is Key to the Solution
Sarah Thomason, MPP and Annette Bernhardt, PhD
UC Berkeley Labor Center
November 2017

California’s Primary Care Workforce: Forecasted Supply, Demand, and Pipeline of Trainees, 2016-2030
Joanne Spetz, PhD; Janet M. Coffman, PhD, MPP; Igor Geyn
Healthforce Center at UCSF
August 2017

California Physicians: Who They Are, How They Practice
Janet M. Coffman, PhD, MPP; Igor Geyn; Margaret Fix, MPH
Healthforce Center and Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies at UCSF
August 2017

California Maps: How Many Primary Care and Specialist Physicians Are in Your County?
California Health Care Foundation
August 2017

California’s Licensed Vocational Nurses
California Health Care Foundation
August 2017

California’s Registered Nurses
California Health Care Foundation
August 2017

California’s Primary Care Workforce: Current Supply, Characteristics, and Pipeline of Trainees
Janet M. Coffman, PhD, MPP; Igor Geyn; Kristine Himmerick, PhD
Healthforce Center at UCSF
February 2017

The Imperative for Strategic Workforce Planning and Development- Challenges and Opportunities
American Hospital Association
2017

Nursing Education Plan White Paper and Recommendations for California
Judith G. Berg, MS, RN, FACHE; Carolyn Orlowski, MSN, RN
Health Impact
August 2016

Needed: Sy(STEM)ic Response
The Campaign for College Opportunity
June 2016

Horizon 2030- Meeting California’s Primary Care Workforce Needs
California Primary Care Association
January 2016

Community Health Workers in California- Sharpening Our Focus on Strategies to Expand Engagement
California Health Workforce Alliance
January 2015

Mental Health Servies Act WET Five-Year Plan
Robert P. David
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development
September 2014

California Nurses: Taking the Pulse
Tim Bates, MPP and Joanne Spetz, PhD
California Health Care Foundation
August 2014

Critical Roles- California’s Allied Health Workforce Follow-Up Report
California Hospital Association
March 2014

Mental Health Services Act WET Career Pathways Sub-Committee
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development
February 2014

Taking Innovation to Scale- Community Health Workers, Promotores, and the Triple Aim
California Health Workforce Alliance
December 2013

Commission on Long-Term Care: Report to the Congress
U.S. Senate Commission on Long-Term Care
September 2013

Report on Health Workforce Development Needs- Findings and Recommendations
California Workforce Investment Board
March 2013

Career Pathway Sub-Committee Final Report
UC Berkeley School of Public Health
September 2011

Health Professions Accreditation and Diversity- A Collaborative Approach to Enhance Current Standards
Kevin Barnett, DrPH, MCP; Paul Hattis, MD, JD, MPH; Robert Eaglen, PhD
W.K. Kellogg Foundation and The California Endowment
August 2010

Staffing Patterns in California’s Licensed Community Clinics
Tim Bates, MPP and Susan Chapman, PhD, RN
UCSF Center for the Health Professions
February 2010

Comparative Snapshot of 4 Allied Health Occupations in California
Sharon Christian and Catherine Dower
UCSF Center for the Health Professions
November 2009

The Utilization of Medical Assistants in Californias Licensed Community Clinics
Tim Bates, MPP and Susan Chapman, PhD, RN
UCSF Center for the Health Professions
July 2009

Registered Dental Hygienists in California Regional Labor Market Chart Book
Elizabeth Mertz, MA; Tim Bates, MPP
UCSF Center for the Health Professions
November 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
Inquiry 4: If it’s a Pipeline, Why Isn’t There More Diversity at the Other End? Framing the Agenda for Health Professions Workforce Diversity
The Praxis Project
The Public Health Institute and UC Berkeley School of Public Health
September 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
From the Mouths of Leaders- Challenges and Opportunities to Increase Health Professions Workforce Diversity in CA
The Public Health Institute and UC Berkeley School of Public Health
September 2008

Considering Language Access Services for California Hospitals
Catherine Dower, JD and Jennifer Kaiser
UCSF Center for the Health Professions
June 2008

Diversifying California’s Healthcare Workforce, an Opportunity to Address California’s Workforce Shortages
Healthcare Workforce Diversity Advisory Council
May 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
Profiles in Leadership A Review of Exemplary Practices to Increase Health Professions Workforce Diversity in California
The Public Health Institute and the UC Berkeley School of Public Health
April 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
Diversity in California’s Health Professions- Current Status and Emerging Trends
Timothy Bates, MPP; Laurie Hailer, MS; Susan A. Chapman, PhD, RN
The Public Health Institute and UC Berkeley School of Public Health
March 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
The Benefits of Diversity- An Exploratory Study
Kira E. Foster, PhD; Yolanda Jenkins, PhD; Jeff Oxendine, MPH MBA; Denise Herd, PhD
The Public Health Institute and UC Berkeley School of Public Health
February 2008

The Connecting the Dots Initiative
Inquiry 7: Increasing the Diversity of the Health Professions K-12 networks of Support
Brightstar Ohlson, M.S., Gibson & Associates
The Public Health Institute and UC Berkeley School of Public Health
January 2008

Closing the Health Workforce Gap in California
The Campaign for College Opportunity
November 2007

Improving Language Access in California Hospitals
Catherine Dower and Jennifer Kaiser
California Health Workforce Tracking Collaborative
September 2007

Nursing and the Future of Health Care- California Action Coalition Report
Mary Dickow, MPA
California Action Coalition