With funding from the Washington State Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board, CHWS researchers carried out a study to assess future demand for five specific occupations in Washington State: home care aides, nursing assistants certified, medical assistants, licensed practical nurses, and associate’s degree registered nurses. Of particular interest was how the roles of these occupations may be changing with implementation of the Affordable Care Act. The project included a subcontract with the Western Washington Area Health Education Center.
|Palazzo L, Skillman SM, Basye A, Morrison CC||Health workforce demand in Washington State: employers' current and expected needs for home care aides, medical assistants, nursing assistants certified, licensed practical nurses, associate's degree registered nurses||PUBLICATION||07-31-2013|
|Palazzo L, Skillman SM||Washington employers' current and expected demand for five health care occupations: preliminary findings from employer interviews||PRESENTATION||06-03-2013|
|Palazzo L, Skillman SM||Washington employers' current and expected demand for five health care occupations: preliminary findings from employer interviews||PRESENTATION||05-30-2013|