Impact of Medicaid Expansion on CHC Staffing

Study Overview The Affordable Care Act extended Medicaid eligibility in some states, which has increased demand for community health center (CHC) care. Despite this shift, the workforce impacts have not been measured. We address this gap by isolating the differential impact of Medicaid expansion on CHC staffing. You May Also Be Interested In: • CHCs Use Diverse Staffing and Can Provide Lessons for Other Medical Practices • CEO Perspectives on Factors Determining Medical Staff Configurations in CHCs • Do Years of Experience with Electronic Health Records Matter for Productivity in CHCs? • Does Liberalizing State Nurse Practitioner Scope of Practice Laws Affect Staffing and Productivity in Community Health Centers? • Longitudinal Analysis of Electronic Health Records Adoption on Staffing Mix in Community Health Centers • Optimal Staffing in Community Health Centers to Improve Quality of Care • Perceptions of Electronic Health Records Effects on Staffing, Workflow, & Productivity in Community Health Centers • The Changing Community Health Center Workforce: 2007-2013 • The Effects of the Implementation of Patient-Centered Medical Homes on Staffing and Productivity in Community Health Centers

For questions regarding this study, please contact: Patricia Pittman, PhD The George Washington University Director, GW Health Workforce Policy Research Center Director, GW Health Equity Workforce Research Center Co-director, GW Health Workforce Institute Professor, Department of Health Policy & Management Milken Institute School of Public Health Phone: (202) 994-4295 E-mail: ppittman@gwu.edu

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