Medicaid Patients’ Utilization of Outpatient and Emergency Department Services for Cardiovascular and Diabetes-Related Conditions in New York State
CHWS finds great variation in Medicaid patient access to cardiovascular and diabetes-related services in New York based on practice location and patient race/ethnicity.
Brief: Medicaid_Access_NY_2015 (674 KB)
A Profile of Active Registered Nurses in New York
CHWS releases brief on the the roles and distribution of RNs in New York, describing their practice patterns and basic demographics.
Brief: Nursing_Profile_2015 (3.8 MB)
New York Physician Workforce Profile: 2014 Abridged Edition
CHWS releases report on the supply and distribution of physicians in New York to assist in regional and statewide health workforce planning.
Report: 2014_Physician_Profile_Abridged (6 MB)
2014 New York Residency Training Outcomes: A Summary of Responses to the 2014 New York Resident Exit Survey
CHWS releases annual report describing New York residency training outcomes and the job market demand for new physicians.
Report: 2014_NY_Residency_Training_Outcomes (3 MB)
New York State Health Workforce Planning Data Guide 2014
CHWS releases report designed to support regional health workforce planning based on population need in New York.
Report: NYS_Health_Workforce_Planning_Data Guide_2014 (5.6 MB)
The Oral Health Workforce in New York
CHWS finds uneven regional distribution of dentists and dental hygienists, and an under-served Medicaid population.
Brief: OralHealthNY2014 (1 MB)
Trends in Demand for New Physicians, 2009-2013: A Summary of Demand Indicators for 35 Physician Specialties
CHWS presents profiles for 35 specialties and summarizes trends in 5 key areas: starting income, job offers, having to change plans due to limited practice opportunities, relative demand, and number of graduates.
Report: extrends2014 (2 MB)
Ivanova I. New Nursing School to Train Well-Paid Specialists. Crain’s New York Business. http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20150317/HEALTH_CARE/150319869/new-nursing-school-to-train-well-paid-specialists#utm_source=Daily%20Alert&utm_medium=alert-html&utm_campaign=Newsletters. March 17, 2015. Accessed March 17, 2015.
Boulton ML, Beck AJ, Coronado F, et al. Public health workforce taxonomy. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 2014; 47(5):S314-S323. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.amepre.2014.07.015
Abramson EL, McGinnis S, Moore J, Kaushal R. A statewide assessment of electronic health record adoption and health information exchange among nursing homes. Health Services Research. 2014;49(1pt2): 361-372. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.12137
Dower C, Moore J, Langelier M. It is time to restructure health professions scope-of-practice regulations to remove barriers to care. Health Affairs. 2013;32(11):1971-1976. http://10.1377/hlthaff.2013.0537b
Orkin FK, Forte GJ, McGinnis SL, Peterson MD, Garfield JM, Katz JD, Jackson SH, Cohen NA, Holzman RS, Martin DE, Schubert A, and Berry AJ . In Reply. Anesthesiology. 118(6):1484-1485, June 2013.