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COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges

May 31, 2021
COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges Denise Tyler, PhD, Melissa Hunter, MSW, Natalie Mulmule, BS, and Kristie Porter, MPH RTI International June 1, 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (66 PDF pages)

COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges: Agency Perspectives Issue Brief

May 31, 2021
COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges: Agency Perspectives

COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges: Policy Perspectives Issue Brief

May 31, 2021
COVID-19 Intensifies Home Care Workforce Challenges: Policy Perspectives

Physician Understanding and Willingness to Prescribe Biosimilars: Findings from a US National Survey

May 17, 2021
This study presents the findings of a national survey of physicians about their knowledge of biosimilar biological products as well as the impact of biological product naming conventions on prescriber choice. Related Products

Workforce Implications of Behavioral Health Care Models: Final Report

April 14, 2021
Workforce Implications of Behavioral Health Care Models: Final Report Stefanie Pietras and Allison Wishon Mathematica March 2021 Link to Printer Friendly Version in PDF Format (57 PDF pages)

Strengthening the Entry-Level Health Care Work Force: Finding a Path

December 10, 2020
This project report provides potential approaches to expand and strengthen the entry-level health care workforce in the United States, with a primary focus on seven occupations: nurses, medical assistants, dental ass istants and hygienists, health aides, community health workers, peer specialists, and other specialized providers. Resource:

National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria, 2020-2025

October 8, 2020
The National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB), 2020-2025, presents coordinated, strategic actions that the United States Government will take in the next five years to improve the health and wellbeing of all Americans by changing the course of antibiotic resistance. This Plan is based on the U.S.

Research Summit on Dementia Care 2020: Workforce Development Stakeholder Recommendations

July 9, 2020
This is the PDF version of the Research Recommendations from the Workforce Development Stakeholder Group prepared for the 2020 National Research Summit on Care, Services, and Supports for Persons with Dementia and Their Caregivers (also called the Research Summit on Dementia Care).
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Potential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases on Nursing Homes: Issue Brief

June 29, 2020
Potential Impacts of Minimum Wage Increases on Nursing Homes: Issue Brief Michael Lepore, PhD; Ian Livingstone, PhD; David Naden, MA; and Zhanlian Feng, Ph.D. RTI International June 2020 Printer Frien

National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria Progress Report: Year 4

February 13, 2020
Antibiotic Resistance continues to pose a significant threat to our Nation’s public health. To coordinate and enhance the public health response to this threat, the U.S. Government developed the National Action Plan for Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB). The CARB Task Force is co-chaired by HHS, USDA, and DOD.