Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialty Services: Supply, Distribution, and the Effect of Changing Demography in Washington State


Description:

This completed study characterized the distribution and supply of male and female obstetricians and gynecologists (ob-gyns) in Washington State, as well as the services they provide. This study used a cross-sectional analysis of 1998-1999 state licensing data linked with supplemental survey data. Findings show a significant shortage of ob-gyns, especially female ob-gyns, in rural areas. Funded by HRSA, National Center for Health Workforce Analysis.

 

Status:

Complete

 

Publications/Presentations

Authors Title Type Date Documents/Media
Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG The productivity of Washington State's obstetrician-gynecologist workforce: does gender make a difference? PUBLICATION 01-01-2004 Article
Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG The productivity of Washington State's obstetrician-gynecologist workforce: does gender make a difference? PUBLICATION 01-01-2004 Article
Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG The productivity of Washington State’s obstetrician-gynecologist workforce: does gender make a difference? PUBLICATION 01-01-2004 Article
Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG The productivity of Washington State's obstetrician-gynecologist workforce: does gender make a difference? PUBLICATION 10-01-2003
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Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG The productivity of Washington State’s obstetrician-gynecologist workforce: does gender make a difference? PUBLICATION 10-01-2003
Full report