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Issue Brief: Indiana's Health Professions Workforce Shortages and Mal-distributionPhysicianSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2007Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6003McKeag Douglas B.; Zollinger Terrell W.; Allen Deborah I.; Przybyiski Michael J.; Holloway Angela M.; Kochhar Komal; Muegge Carolyn M.; Emery Elizabeth J.Workforce shortages have been documented across a broad spectrum of health profession disciplines in Indiana. Currently federal state and local programs exist to recruit and retain health professionals in our state; however these programs have had minimal impact on the underlying factors that contribute to the problem. Additional steps must be taken to expand the supply of health professionals to adequately meet the growing need for health care services among Indiana residents. While many health professional shortages exist this brief will focus on the primary care physicians and nurses needed to provide medical homes for residents of our state.
Indiana Registered Nurse 2002 Survey ReportRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2007Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5991Zollinger Terrell W.; Przybyiski Michael J.; Sutton Brittany S.; Jackson Linda D.A voluntary survey instrument was attached to the Registered Nurse (RN) license renewal form during the 2005 Indiana RN re-licensure period. The RN survey was implemented through a collaboration of the Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency. This report summarizes the responses to the survey items and compares the results of this survey to the results of previous RN surveys.
Report of Responses to the 2003 2005 and 2007 Indiana Physician SurveysPhysicianSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2009Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6007Allen Deborah I.; Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; Reger Michael K.; Chowdhury ShabnamA variety of survey methods have been used since the 1970's to learn more about the physician supply and distribution in the state of Indiana. Since 1997 a voluntary survey instrument has been attached to the physician license renewal form which physicians complete every 2 years. Those renewing their licenses online in 2003 2005 and 2007 were invited to complete the survey. Those renewing their license through the mail were not given the opportunity to complete the survey. The physician survey was implemented through a collaboration of the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). This report summarizes the responses to the 2003 2005 and 2007 Indiana Physician Surveys and compares these results to the results of the prior physician surveys reported in the Indiana Physician Survey Databook 1997 and the Indiana Physician Survey Databook 2001.
Behavioral and Mental Health Professionals 2004 and 2006 Re-Licensure Survey ReportBehavioral Health Professional Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5985Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; West Jessica M.; Varma Ram A.The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) collaborated in implementing the 2004 and 2006 Indiana mental health professional re-licensure surveys. All behavioral and mental health professionals who renewed their license electronically during the 2004 and 2006 re-licensure periods under the Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board were asked to complete an electronic survey instrument. The results of the special Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Survey conducted in 2010 are also included in this report.
Indiana Registered Nurse 2007 Re-Licensure Survey ReportRegistered NurseSupply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5990Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; Reger Michael K.; Alyea Jennifer M.The registered nurse re-licensure survey is implemented through a collaboration of the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). This report summarizes the responses to the 2007 Indian a registered nurse re-licensure survey and compares them to the results of the prior registered nurse re-licensure surveys reported in the Indiana Registered Nurse Survey Databook 1997 and 2001 and the 2005 Indiana Registered Nurse Re-Licensure Survey Report.
Pharmacists Re-Licensure 2004 and 2008 Survey ReportPharmacistSupply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6000Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; West Jessica M.; Varma Ram A.The 2004 and 2008 Indiana pharmacist re-licensure survey was implemented through a collaborative partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). All pharmacists who renewed their license electronically during the 2004 and 2008 re- licensure periods were asked to complete an electronic survey. This report summarizes the responses to the survey items to provide a detailed description of the pharmacist workforce in the state of Indiana.
Report of Responses to the 2004 2006 and 2008 Physician Assistant Re-Licensure SurveysPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6012Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; Alyea Jennifer M.The Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency developed a collaborative partnership to collect data through the licensing process to better understand the health professions workforce within the state. Beginning in 2004 physician assistants were asked to participate in voluntary surveys when renewing their licenses ever y two years. The purpose of this report is to summarize the participants' responses to the survey items. The responses provide a detailed description of the physician assistant workforce in the state of Indiana to aid in the development of policies and programs to recruit and retain these health professionals where they are needed in Indiana.
Indiana Physician Re-Licensure 2009 Survey ReportPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6006Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; Coffing Jessica M.; Canada Meredith L.Since 1997 licenses were renewed by mail and a paper questionnaire was included with the physician license renewal form. Beginning in 2003 Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) began on-line license renewals. Since then all Indiana physicians who renewed their license on-line were asked to complete an online survey instrument. This report summarizes the responses to the 2009 Indiana Physician Survey and compares them to the results of prior physician surveys reported in the Indiana Physician Survey Databook and the Indiana Physician Re-Licensure Survey reports.
Indiana Registered Nurse 2009 Re-Licensure Survey ReportRegistered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2010Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5988Zollinger Terrell W.; Kochhar Komal; Coffing Jessica M.; Canada Meredith L.; Varma Ram A.The registered nurse re-licensure survey is implemented through a collaboration of the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). This report summarizes the responses to the 2009 Indian a registered nurse re-licensure survey and compares them to the results of the prior registered nurse re-licensure surveys reported in the Indiana Registered Nurse Survey Databook and the Indiana Registered Nurse Re-Licensure Survey Reports.
Status of Indiana Registered Nurses using the 2008 National Sample Survey of Registered NursesRegistered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2011Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5989Kochhar Komal; Varma Ram A.; Brandt Amy J.; Zollinger Terrell W.The National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses was administered by the Health Resources and Services Administration in the United States Department of Health and Human Services. This report summarizes the responses of actively licensed Indiana registered nurses to the 2008 National Sample Survey of Registered Nurses.
Indiana Optometrists Re-Licensure 2010 Survey ReportOther Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2011Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6014Kochhar Komal; Lewis Cindy; Brandt Amy J.; Richard Amy E.; Varma Ram A.; Zollinger Terrell W.The 2010 Indiana Optometrists Re-licensure Survey was administered by Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under a contract with the Indiana State Department of Health. This report summarizes the responses to the 2010 Indiana optometrists re-licensure survey.
Indiana Dental Hygienist 2010 Re-Licensure Survey ReportDental Hygienist Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2011Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5997Kochhar Komal; Lewis Cindy; Richard Amy E.; Brandt Amy J.; Zollinger Terrell W.The 2010 Indiana Dental Hygienist Re-licensure Survey was administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under a contract with the Indiana State Department of Health. This report summarizes the responses to that survey.
Indiana Dentist 2010 Re-Licensure Survey ReportDentist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2011Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5998Kochhar Komal; Lewis Cindy; Richard Amy E.; Brandt Amy J.; Zollinger Terrell W.The 2010 Indiana Dentist Re-licensure Survey was administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under a contract with the Indiana State Department of Health. This report summarizes the responses to that survey.
Data Brief: Indiana Mental Health Professionals 2012 Licensure SurveyBehavioral Health Professional; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6004Sheff Zachary T.; Barclay Jonathan; Banti SudhaUnderstanding Indiana's healthcare workforce is critical to ensuring that Indiana residents have access to high quality care to developing programs that train practitioners to meet future needs and to recruiting and retaining healthcare professionals in Indiana. The mental health workforce in Indiana is composed of social workers clinical social workers marriage and family therapists mental health counselors psychologists psychiatrists and psychiatric/mental health advanced practice nurses. The data summarized here were collected during biennial license renewals in 2012 and 2013 and in a 2014 survey of psychiatric nurses.
Pharmacists Re-Licensure 2010 Survey ReportPharmacist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5999Lewis Cynthia K.; Sheff Zachary T.; Zollinger Terrell W.The 2010 Indiana pharmacist re-licensure survey was implemented through a collaborative partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). All pharmacists who renewed their license electronically during the 2010 re-licensure period were asked to complete an electronic survey. This report summarizes the responses to the survey items to provide a detailed description of the pharmacist workforce in the state of Indiana.
Physician Assistant Re-Licensure 2010 Survey ReportPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6011Lewis Cynthia K.; Sheff Zachary T.; Brandt Amy J.; Zollinger Terrell W.The Indiana State Department of Health and the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency developed a collaborative partnership to collect data through the licensing process to better understand the health professions workforce within the state. Beginning in 2004 physician assistants were asked to participate in voluntary surveys when renewing their licenses every two years. The purpose of this report is to summarize the participants' responses to the survey items. The responses provide a detailed description of the physician assistant workforce in the state of Indiana to aid in the development of policies and programs to recruit and retain these health professionals where they are needed in Indiana.
Indiana Primary Care Clinician 2012 Workforce ReportPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6001Lewis Cynthia K.; Sheff Zachary T.; Zollinger Terrell W.; Allen Deborah I.Primary care clinicians are a critical segment of the health care workforce in Indiana. For this report a physician was considered a primary care physician if their specialty was family medicine general internal medicine general practice internal medicine pediatrics and general pediatrics. In addition to these physician specialties physician assistants and nurse practitioners who also provide primary care and are included in this report as part of the group considered to be primary care clinicians. The purpose of this report is to describe the current state of the primary care clinician workforce in Indiana their demographic characteristics practice setting and geographical locations. The geographical locations are presented in different ways for the various stakeholders. The information presented in this report may be useful for projecting future needs given the current number of providers and proportion nearing retirement as well as the geographical areas where special attention may be needed to insure residents have adequate access to primary care clinicians in the future.
Indiana Primary Health Care: Description Distribution Challenges and Strategic Recommendation to Empowered Decision MakingPhysicianSpecial IssuesData/Technical Reports2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5422Maxey Hannah; Malcolm Amber; Norwood Connor; Sheff Zachary; Walters Stace JoOver the past few years and in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the result of the 2012 Presidential election access to health care services has been in the forefront of health care discussions. Driving these discussions are rising chronic disease rates skyrocketing health care costs and the ever increasing number of individuals falling into that black hole known as the uninsured -- all of which are major burdens on Indiana's health system. Regardless of ones perspective on health reform the links between primary health care access health outcomes and health care costs are undeniable. The development and implementation of health policies and primary health care programs that would secure Hoosier health relies on the ability of the State of Indiana to make informed decisions.
Indiana Primary Health Care: Description Distribution Challenges and Strategic Recommendation to Empowered Decision MakingPhysicianSpecial IssuesData/Technical Reports2012Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6002Maxey Hannah; Malcolm Amber; Norwood Connor; Sheff Zachary; Walters Stace JoOver the past few years and in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the result of the 2012 Presidential election access to health care services has been in the forefront of health care discussions. Driving these discussions are rising chronic disease rates skyrocketing health care costs and the ever increasing number of individuals falling into that black hole known as the uninsured -- all of which are major burdens on Indiana's health system. Regardless of ones perspective on health reform the links between primary health care access health outcomes and health care costs are undeniable. The development and implementation of health policies and primary health care programs that would secure Hoosier health relies on the ability of the State of Indiana to make informed decisions.
Indiana Licensed Practical Nurse 2012 Licensure Survey ReportLicensed Practical Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2013Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5986Sheff Zachary T.; Zollinger Terrell W.; Harper Kimberly; Crawford Elizabeth K.; Buente BryceThis is the first technical report describing the licensed practical nurse (LPN) workforce in Indiana. In addition to describing the LPN workforce this report compared LPNs to Indiana's registered nurse (RN) workforce. The data in this report will serve as a baseline for future analyses of the LPN workforce in Indiana.
Indiana Registered Nurse 2011 Licensure Survey ReportRegistered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2013Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5987Sheff Zachary T.; Kochhar Komal; Zollinger Terrell W.A total of 98235 registered nurse licenses were issued or renewed in 2011. The survey on which this report is based was offered to licensees during the licensure process and received a response rate of 90.7 percent. Of the 80429 registered nurses who responded to the survey 54588 were actively practicing in Indiana and 53591 met the criteria for inclusion in analysis.
Indiana Physician Licensure 2011 Survey ReportPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2013Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6005Lewis Cynthia K.; Sheff Zachary T.; Allen Deborah I.; Zollinger Terrell W.A total of 23026 physician licenses were issue d or renewed in 2011. Nearly all of these licenses were renewed electronically (21400) and given the opportunity to respond to a brief survey. The survey received a 90.7 percent response rate. Of the 19326 physicians who responded to the survey 10927 were determined to be practicing in Indiana and out of these respondents 10289 met the criteria for inclusion in this report.
Indiana Dental Hygienist 2012 Licensure Survey ReportDental Hygienist Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2013Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5995Sheff Zachary T.; Kochhar Komal; Zollinger Terrell W.In the 2011 - 2012 dental hygienist licensure period there were 4583 total dental hygienists currently licensed in Indiana. Of the 4583 total licenses 4078 listed an Indiana address on their license. There were 1635 dental hygienists included in the sample for analysis. Individuals included for analysis were actively working in dental hygiene responded to the electronic survey and gave an Indiana practice address on their survey. Therefore the sample analyzed in this report represents 35.7 percent of the total number of dental hygienist licenses in Indiana. When the mean age and length of licensure was compared between dental hygienists included in the sample and those who listed an Indiana address on their license but did not respond to the survey it was found that individuals in the sample were older (p < 0.001) and had been licensed for a longer period of time (p < 0.001).
Indiana Dentist 2012 Licensure Survey ReportDentist Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2013Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5996Sheff Zachary T.; Kochhar Komal; Zollinger Terrell W.The response rate for the survey was 80.7 percent. In the 2011 ‐ 2012 dentist licensure period there were 3748 total dentists currently licensed in Indiana. Of the 3748 total licenses 3242 listed an Indiana address on their license. There were 2314 dentists included in the sample for analysis. Individuals included for analysis were actively working in dentistry responded to the electronic survey and gave an Indiana practice address on their survey. Therefore the sample analyzed in this report represents 61.7 percent of the total number of dental hygienist licenses in Indiana. When the mean age and length of licensure was compared between dentists included in the sample and those who listed an Indiana address on their license but did not respond to the survey it was found that individuals in the sample were younger (p < 0.001) and had been licensed for a shorter period of time (p < 0.001).
Data Report: 2012 Indiana Mental Health Professional Licensure SurveyBehavioral Health Professional, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5434Sheff Zachary T.; Maxey Hannah L.; Barclay Jonathan C.; Banti Sudha
Policy Report: 2012 Indiana Mental Health WorkforceBehavioral Health Professional, Psychologist Supply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5435Maxey Hannah L.; Norwood Connor W.Assuring that mental health services are available and accessible for all Hoosiers that need them is important to reduce related morbidity and mortality and improve mental health. At the community-level the availability of mental health services is largely based upon the supply and distribution of the workforce that delivers mental health services. Indiana's licensed mental health workforce is comprised of psychiatrists psychologists psychiatric nurses and a number of mental health professionals. This report provides an objective summary of emerging themes in the workforce data.
Indiana Physician Assistant 2012 Licensure Survey ReportPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6010Sheff Zachary T.; Zollinger Terrell W.; Barclay Jonathan C.; Allen Deborah I.; Banti SudhaPhysician assistants (PAs) were asked to participate in a survey when they renewed their state license to practice in 2012. There were 989 total PAs who renewed their licenses in 2012 of which 819 completed their renewal online and were offered the survey. Of those offered the survey 730 (89.1%) completed it. There were 660 physician assistants who met all of the inclusion criteria for the analysis. Individuals included in the analysis must have (1) responded to the survey (2) held an active or probationary Indiana license (3) listed at least one Indiana practice address and (4) indicated that they were actively working as a physician assistant. Only individuals who listed a primary practice address in Indiana were included in the maps in Chapter 4. The sample analyzed in this report represents 66.7 percent of the total number of PA licensees in the state.
Data Report: 2013 Indiana Physician WorkforcePhysician Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5790Sheff Zachary T.; Nowak Callie L.; Maxey Hannah L.; Kelley Tracie M.Indiana's physician workforce is comprised of many skilled health care providers that work in a range of settings and specialties. Information on the supply and distribution of this workforce are critical to Indiana's health system for planning and policy development. Supply data on Indiana's physician workforce are routinely collected in the form of surveys administered in conjunction with the biennial medical license renewal process. This report presents detailed information on Indiana's physician workforce. This includes information on the demographic and practice characteristics of the workforce supply data aggregated to the county - level and federal shortage designations. These data provide stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality and accessibility of health care for Indiana residents through policymaking workforce development and resource allocation.
Data Brief: Indiana Physician Assistants 2012Physician AssistantSupply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6009Banti Sudha; Barclay Jonathan; Sheff Zachary T.; Allen Deborah I.; Zollinger Terrell W.The physician assistant (PA) workforce in Indiana is growing quickly. Since 2004 the estimated number of non‐government − employed PAs actively working in Indiana has more than doubled from less than 400 in 2004 to nearly 900 in 2012.
Dental Workforce Report of Indiana University School of Dentistry Graduates and Other Practicing Dentists in IndianaDentist Supply Demand and Distribution; Special IssuesData/Technical Reports2014Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5994Kochhar Komal; Zollinger Terrell W.; Saywell Robert M. Jr; Buente Bryce B.All dentists who renewed their Indiana licenses on - line in 2010 or 2012 were asked to complete a voluntary survey instrument that ha d a 95.4% response rate 1 in 2010 and 80.7% response rate 2 in 2012. The purpose of this study was to describe the dental workforce in Indiana with a focus on comparing graduates from the Indiana University School of Dentistry (IUSD) to all other practicing ( n on - IUSD ) dentists in Indiana. Of primary interest is how well the graduates of IUSD are meeting the oral health needs of the population of the state particularly in the rural and underserved areas. Using data from the Office of Alumni Relations at IUPUI license numbers of IUSD alumni were matched to the license numbers of individuals in the 2010 or 2012 Indiana Dentist Licensure Survey datasets. Individuals whose license numbers matched with the alumni list were identified as “IUSD” graduates and those that did not match were identified as “non - IUSD” graduates. This report compares responses between 2203 IUSD and 835 n on - IUSD graduates who renewed their licenses and completed the Indiana Dentist Licensure Surveys in 2010 or 2012 respectively. Lastly most of the differences between groups were found to be statistically significant due to the large sample size of IUSD graduates compared to non - IUSD graduates. Thus for the purposes of this report if the differences between groups were noted to be at least 10 percent they were considered remarkable and reported as such.
Data Report: 2012 Indiana Substance Abuse WorkforceBehavioral Health Professional; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, PsychologistSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6467Sheff Zachary T.; Nowak Callie; Maxey Hannah L.The substance abuse workforce is a subset of the larger mental health workforce and includes only those professionals who are involved in the treatment of substance abuse issues. This report identifies major trends and includes key data on the substance abuse workforce that may be used to promote meaningful policy discussion and inform evidence-based policy development. Understanding the status of Indiana's substance abuse workforce is critical to ensuring access to high quality care to developing workforce development programs and to recruitment and retention of these healthcare professionals in Indiana.
Policy Report: 2012 Substance Use Disorder WorkforceBehavioral Health Professionals; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Psychologist Supply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6510Norwood Connor W.; Randolph Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.Ensuring that Indiana communities have the capacity to meet the increasing need for substance use disorder services is of critical importance to health care systems professional training programs and community organizations. This report aims to understand the substance use disorder workforce capacity in Indiana and its relation to ED utilization for substance use services.
Integration of Oral Health with Primary Care in Health Centers: Profiles of Five Innovative ModelsPhysician; Dentist; Dental HygienistData Collection and Information Management ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/7074Maxey Hannah L.Health centers are leading the way in integrating oral health with primary care. Much can be learned by exploring the models that health centers have developed and adopted to achieve integration. This Monograph supported by the DentaQuest Foundation and authored by Hannah L. Maxey PhD MPH RDH Assistant Professor and Director of Health Workforce Studies Department of Family Medicine Indiana University School of Medicine presents information on five health centers that have successfully integrated oral health with primary care. It has been developed for the purpose of organizing and presenting information on successful models which may be useful to health centers and other organizations considering the implementation of similar initiatives. Each health center's model is summarized within the framework of the five domains of the Integration of Oral Health and Primary Care Practice initiative (IOHPCP) and full information on each of the models such as the role of all care team members is found within the profile for each health center. This reported was sponsored by the National Association of Community Health Centers through the DataQuest Foundation.
2013 Indiana County Fact SheetsPhysician; Physician Assistant; Dentist; Behavioral Health Professional Supply Demand and DistributionBriefs2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6436Nowak Callie L.; Maxey Hannah L.These fact sheets present detailed information on each of Indiana's 92 counties. Information is provided on population and health system characteristics for each county which is critical to Indiana's health system for planning and policy development. For each county population characteristics such as age race economic indicators health status and education attainment were reported. Health system characteristics were also reported. Health workforce supply healthcare facilities and health professions shortages were used to estimate access to health care for each county. Data in each fact sheet provide stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality and accessibility of health care for Indiana residents through policy making workforce development and resource allocation. Additionally fact sheets may be useful to local organizations seeking information for grant proposals or program implementation.
Data Report: 2012 Indiana Pharmacist WorkforcePharmacist Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6479Sheff Zachary T.; Nowak Callie; Maxey Hannah L.The report presents key information and data collected on Indiana pharmacists from the biennial Pharmacist Licensure Survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA). The report identifies major trends and includes key data on the pharmacist workforce that may be used to promote meaningful policy discussion and inform evidence-based policy development. The Data Report is broken into two major components. The first component provides an overview of the pharmacists in Indiana containing inclusion criteria workforce distribution and trends. The second component of the report includes key data tables.
Policy Report: 2013 Indiana's Nursing WorkforceRegistered NurseSupply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6465Norwood Connor W.; Randolph Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.As Indiana plans for the development of a strong nursing workforce data should be used to inform decisions that are able to 1) accurately describe the current workforce and 2) identify challenges and emerging issues. Data informed decisions will result in workforce policies and planning efforts that closely align with the actual health workforce needs. This report provides a snapshot of the most recent data on Indiana's nursing workforce identifies emerging issues and presents information pertinent to workforce planning and policy.
Policy Report: 2014 Indiana Dentist WorkforceDentist Supply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6506Maxey Hannah; Randolph CourtneyInformation on the oral health workforce is critical to understanding oral health system capacity and informing policy. Unfortunately the response rate to the emailed version of the survey was extremely low (13.4%) as compared to previous years. It is unclear whether these respondents are representative of Indiana's dentist workforce; however these data representing the most current information available on a sample of this workforce are presented in this report.
Policy Report: 2013 Indiana Physician WorkforcePhysicianSupply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5738Norwood Connor W.; Maxey Hannah L.; Kelley Tracie M.The physician workforce may be regarded as the backbone of the healthcare system. Based on their extensive training physicians are positioned as leaders within the health system. Therefore information on the supply and distribution of Indiana's physician workforce is critical to informing any health workforce policy or planning efforts. This policy report provides a snapshot' from the most recent data on Indiana's physician workforce and presents information pertinent to workforce planning and policy in Indiana. Comprehensive data are available in the Data Report: 2013 Indiana Physician Workforce.
Data Report: 2013 Indiana Nursing WorkforceRegistered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5957Sheff Zachary T.; Nowak Callie L.; Maxey Hannah L.; Norwood Connor W.; Randolph Courtney; Kelley Tracie M.Indiana's registered nurse workforce is comprised of health care providers working in a range of settings and specialties. Information on the supply and distribution of this workforce is critical to Indiana's health system for planning and policy development. Supply data on Indiana's registered nurse workforce are routinely collected in the form of surveys administered in conjunction with the biennial nursing license renewal process.
Policy Report: 2012 Indiana Pharmacist WorkforcePharmacist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6493Norwood Connor W.; Randolph Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.In order to fully leverage the pharmacist workforce in primary care delivery which is focused more and more on cost-effective and team-based models the pharmacist workforce must be clearly understood. Policymakers and health professionals must examine data that depicts the practice characteristics demographics capacity and even the evolving role of pharmacists. Furthermore these data must influence policy discussions that may lead to a more efficient health system. This report provides a snapshot' of the most recent data on Indiana's pharmacist workforce identifies emerging issues and presents information pertinent to workforce planning and policy.
Data Report: 2014 Indiana Dentist WorkforceDentist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2015Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/6435Sheff Zachary T.; Nowak Callie L.; Maxey Hannah L.The dentist workforce is the primary provider of oral health care to Indiana residents. In 2014 there were 3982 dentists who held an active license in Indiana. These dentists were not surveyed during their re-licensure period as has been done in the past but were contacted by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) via email in the fall of 2014 and asked to complete a brief survey. Because of the small proportion of the actively licensed dentist workforce in Indiana that is represented in this analysis it is unclear whether this sample is representative of the overall workforce.
Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy Provider Verification ProtocolPhysician; DentistData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11773Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis report describes the verification protocol conducted by researchers for verification of primary care physicians psychiatrists and dentists in Indiana.
Data Report: 2015 Indiana Nursing Licensure SurveyRegistered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/9688Vaughn S.; Gano L.; Maxey H.The nursing workforce represents the largest segment of the health workforce and works in a variety of settings to fulfill direct patient care coordination of care administrative and research roles. Understanding the supply and distribution of the RN and APN workforce is critical to understand their capacity to meet healthcare needs and improve population health. The data presented in this report provides a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the RN workforce.
Data Report: 2016 Indiana Physician Assistant Licensure SurveyPhysician AssistantSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11792Vaughn Sierra.; Gano Laura.; Maxey HannahIdentifying supply and distribution of the Physician Assistant (PA) workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet health needs and improve overall population health of Indiana citizens. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for Indiana's PA workforce. This report details important demographic and practice characteristics for the PA workforce examining these data specifically in relation to PA supply and distribution. The 2016 Indiana Physician Assistant Data Report provides stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality of and accessibility to primary care for Indiana residents through policymaking workforce development and resource allocation.
Data Report: 2016 Indiana Physician Licensure SurveyPhysicianSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/9653Vaughn Sierra; Gano Laura; Maxey HannahThe Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy formerly called the Bowen Research Center has a rich history of collecting analyzing and disseminating health workforce data and research for the State of Indiana. These health workforce data are important to informing health workforce policy and planning efforts through the State. The 2016 Indiana Physician Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information and data collected from the physician re-licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during physicians' biennial license renewal.
Physician Workforce Fact SheetPhysicianSupply Demand and Distribution; Occupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11486Randolph C.; Norwood C.; Maxey H.Based on their extensive training physicians are positioned as leaders within the health system. Therefore information on the supply and distribution of Indiana's physician workforce is critical to informing any health workforce policy or planning efforts. This fact sheet presents key information on Indiana's physician workforce including excerpts on primary care physicians and psychiatrists.
Data Report: 2016 Indiana Oral Health Licensure SurveyDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11242Vaughn Sierra; Gano Laura; Maxey HannahIdentifying supply and distribution of the professional oral health workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet oral health needs and improve overall population health of Indiana citizens. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the oral health workforce. The 2016 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information derived from data collected from the dentist and dental hygienist re-licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during the license renewal period. In 2016 3862 dentists and 4946 dental hygienists renewed their professional licenses. Of these 2259 dentists and 3231 dental hygienists reported having an Indiana practice address and were included in this report. Marion County encompasses the largest reported oral health workforce full-time equivalents (FTEs): 229.3 FTE for dentists and 309.8 FTE for dental hygienists. Based on the samples in this report the greatest need for oral health professionals is in rural less populous counties; 12 counties (Brown Crawford Martin Newton Ohio Pike Randolph Pulaski Switzerland Starke Union Warren) reported 1.0 FTE or less for dentists in general practice or dental hygienists. A great need exists for pediatric dentistry since 81 counties had 0.0 FTE for pediatric dentists. Access to oral health care services is compounded by the low proportion of dentists who accept Medicaid (49.0%) and the fact that over three-quarters (79.6%) do not offer a sliding-fee scale. This report details important demographic and practice characteristics for the oral health workforce and examines these data specifically for dentists and dental hygienists. The 2016 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey Data Report presents a snapshot of data on the dentist and dental hygienist professions to provide stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality and accessibility of oral health care for Indiana residents through policymaking workforce development and resource allocation.
2016 Dentist Licensure SurveyDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2016Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11840Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Indiana Mental Health Workforce Data ReportBehavioral Health Professional, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13295Vaughn Sierra.; Gano Laura.; Maxey HannahIndiana's mental health workforce is comprised of psychiatrists psychologists psychiatric advanced practice nurses (APNs) addiction counselors social workers marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors. Understanding the status of Indiana's mental health workforce is critical to ensuringaccess to high quality care to developing workforce development programs and to recruitment and retention of health care professionals in Indiana. The mental health workforce is key to providing care which supports emotional psychological and social well-being at every stage of life for Indiana residents. The Mental Health Professionals Survey Data Report presents fundamental information and data collected from re-licensure surveys administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during the biennial license renewal period for the professional mental health workforce.
2016 Indiana Mental Health Workforce Fact SheetBehavioral Health Professional, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13290Maxey H.; Randolph C.One in four Americans received treatment from a mental health professional in 2014. The mental health workforce is comprised of a cadre of professions that work together synergistically to support mental health much like pieces forming a puzzle. While each profession has its unique training and scope all professions are pieced together to treat the whole person. The purpose of this report is to describe the following professions: psychiatrists psychologists psychiatric advanced practice nurses (APNs) (clinical) addiction counselors (LACs/LCACs) (clinical) social workers (LSWs/LCSWs) marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors. Recognizing that mental health and addiction services may be provided by other health professionals (such as primary care providers) understanding characteristics of each piece of the mental health workforce puzzle is imperative to inform future policy discussions as they are a vital component to health care.
Certified Nurse Aide as an Occupational Pathway to Licensed and Professional Nursing in IndianaCertified Nurse Aide; Licensed Practical Nurse; Registered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSpecial Issues; Occupational RegulationWhite Papers and Special Reports2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/14015Maxey H.; Randolph C.; Vaughn S.Ensuring Indiana has a workforce with the right skills mix to meet demand in the health sector is critical to achieving economic goals and securing maximum health of the population. Diversity career pathways advancement opportunities and retention of talent are top workforce priorities among health sector employers. Identifying occupational pathways in the health sector and determining their impact on workforce diversity and talent retention is critical to the development and/or strengthening of targeted initiatives for Indiana.
2016 RN Workforce Fact SheetRegistered NurseSupply Demand and Distribution; Briefs2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/12728Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyRegistered nurses (RNs) are the largest professional group within the health workforce. These professionals are a vital part of the health system including health care delivery and public health. Understanding the supply distribution and characteristics of the RN workforce is crucial to informing health workforce policy discussions. This fact sheet provides a snapshot of data that pertain to relevant policy issues in the RN workforce at the State and Federal levels and is intended to serve as a resource to inform these important policy discussions.
Oral Health Workforce Fact SheetDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2017https://hdl.handle.net/1805/12331The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe oral health workforce is critical to achieving Healthy People 2020 objectives focused on promoting and sustaining oral health for all Americans. Dentists and dental hygienists are licensed health professionals whose primary focus is dental disease prevention and oral health promotion and restoration. These professions are the foundation of the oral health workforce. Understanding the number distribution and characteristics of dentists and dental hygienists can be useful to inform policy discussions related to oral health and access to dental care. Data on Indiana's dentist and dental hygienist workforce are gathered through a voluntary survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) in conjunction with biennial license renewal.
Oral Health Workforce 2016 Fact SheetDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/12332Maxey Hannah; Randolph CourtneyThe oral health workforce is critical to achieving Healthy People 2020 objectives focused on promoting and sustaining oral health for all Americans. Dentists and dental hygienists are licensed health professionals whose primary focus is dental disease prevention and oral health promotion and restoration. These professions are the foundation of the oral health workforce. Understanding the number distribution and characteristics of dentists and dental hygienists can be useful to inform policy discussions related to oral health and access to dental care. Data on Indiana's dentist and dental hygienist workforce are gathered through a voluntary survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) in conjunction with biennial license renewal. Additional information on inclusion and exclusion criteria can be found in the Data Report: 2016 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey. Although great strides have been made to advance oral health in recent years there is more work to be done.
2016 Pharmacist Workforce Fact SheetPharmacist Supply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13187Maxey Hannah; Randolph CourtneyMore than half of all Americans used prescription drugs between 2011 and 2012. In order to obtain these prescriptions they likely interacted with a pharmacist. As health care providers pharmacists' primary responsibilities include dispensing and managing medications and educating patients on medication use. In addition to traditional responsibilities pharmacists are also taking on new roles delivering patient services in various health care settings as a part of care teams. As the pharmacy profession evolves policymakers educators and health administrators will need to have a good understanding of the workforce to inform effective policy development and implementation.
2016 Physician Assistant Workforce Fact SheetPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/12472Maxey Hannah; Randolph CourtneyPhysician assistants (PAs) are medical practitioners who work under the supervision of a licensed physician. They play a vital role in the health care system by performing physical examinations making diagnoses and prescribing treatment to patients. In addition to these general responsibilities PAs order and interpret laboratory tests including X-rays as well as suturing splinting and casting injuries. The physician assistant role was created in the 1960s to reducing barriers to accessing health care that had resulted from the increasing shortage or maldistribution of physicians particularly in rural and underserved communities. Data on the PA workforce is critical to understanding capacity of this workforce in Indiana.
2017 Indiana Primary Care Needs Assessment ReportPhysician; Dentist Supply Demand and Distribution; Special IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/14224Maxey Hannah; Vaughn Sierra
MD Test DatasetInterprofessional; PhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/12833
2015 Addiction Counselor Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13277Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Licensed Professional Counselor Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13280Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Psychologist Survey InstrumentPsychologistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13284Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Mental Health Workforce Licensure SurveyBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/12737Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Indiana Chiropractor Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13278Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Dietitian Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13279Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Occupational Therapist Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13282Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Physical Therapist Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13283Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Respiratory Care Practitioner Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13285Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Massage Therapy Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13286Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Podiatrist Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13287Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist Licensure SurveyOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13288Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 LPN Survey InstrumentLicensed Practical NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13281Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Indiana Optometrist Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13275Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2015 Dental Hygienist Survey InstrumentDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/13276Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Data Report: 2016 Indiana Pharmacist Licensure SurveyPharmacistSurvey Demand and Distribution; Supply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2017Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/11836Vaughn Sierra X.; Gano L.; Maxey Hannah L.Identifying supply and distribution of the pharmacist workforce is foundational to understanding Indiana's capacity to strengthen overall population health. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for Indiana's pharmacist workforce.
Indiana Addiction Counselors: A Review and Recommendations for a Workforce at the Frontline of the Opioid EpidemicPhysician; Registered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse; Behavioral Health Professional, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution; Occupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17769Maxey Hannah L Randolph Courtney R.; Vaughn Sierra XThe following recommendations for Indiana's Addiction Counselor Workforce were generated as a result of findings within this report including: review and analysis of licensure data state statute & rules a literature review on occupational regulation stakeholder engagement and national environmental scan. Recommendations represent the synthesis of the information presented throughout the report.
Procedures for Cleaning Coding and Formatting Health Professional Licensure Survey DataInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16704Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis documentation explains in detail the procedures used for cleaning coding and formatting Health Professional Licensure Survey Data.
2017 Bowen Portal Metadata Theme 1 - Supply Distribution & CharacteristicsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/15965Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis is the 2017 Metadata report for Theme 1 Supply Distribution and Characteristics for the Bowen Health Workforce Information Portal. These data are collected biennial through a license renewal process. The professions included are Physicians Nurses Dentists and Dental Hygienists.
2017 Bowen Portal Metadata Theme 2 - Education PipelineInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/15966Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis is the 2017 Metadata report for Theme 2 Education Pipeline for the Bowen Health Workforce Information Portal. These data are collected biennial through a license renewal process. The professions included are Physicians Nurses Dentists and Dental Hygienists.
2017 Bowen Portal Metadata Theme 3 - Federal Workforce Shortage DesignationsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/15967Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis is the 2017 Metadata report for Theme 3 Federal Workforce Shortage Designations for the Bowen Health Workforce Information Portal. These data are collected biennial through a license renewal process. Data in this theme include Primary Care Physicians and General Dentists. Primary care physician specialties include General/Family Medicine Pediatricians (General) Internal Medicine (General) or Obstetrics/Gynecology. General dentist specialties include general or pediatric dentistry.
2017 Bowen Portal Metadata Theme 4 - Mental & Behavioral HealthInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/15969Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis is the 2017 Metadata report for Theme 4 Mental and Behavioral for the Bowen Health Workforce Information Portal. These data are collected biennial through a license renewal process. Data in this theme include Mental and Behavioral professionals.
2018 Dentist Verification ProtocolDentistData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17965Bowen Center for Health Research Workforce and PolicyThe purpose of provider verification is to validate the practice characteristics of general dentists actively practicing in Indiana.
2018 Physician Verification ProtocolPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17964Bowen Center for Health Research Workforce and PolicyThe purpose of provider verification is to validate the practice characteristics of primary care physicians and psychiatrists actively practicing in Indiana.
Indiana Medicaid: Provider Recruitment and ParticipationPhysician; DentistSpecial Issues ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/15012Maxey H.; Randolph C.; Vaughn S.The following figures depict the number of providers that are enrolled in Indiana Medicaid and those providers that are active using claims as a proxy to measure services provided to Medicaid enrollees. Following the figures are a series of recommendations for 1) activation of enrolled providers that are not actively participating and 2) increasing provider enrollment. The remainder of the document outlines how these data were obtained and forms the foundation for these recommendations.
Memo to Medicaid Managed Health Care Plans RE: CHWsInterprofessionalOccupation Regulation; Special IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26114Indiana Office of Medicaid Policy & Planning
Indiana EMT & Paramedic Facts and Policies (December 2018)OtherOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18689Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Indiana Policy Review: Target Health OccupationsOther; Dental Hygienist; Licensed Practical NurseOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18688Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy; Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThis document contains a policy review on the four targeted occupations selected for Indiana's participation in the Occupational Licensing Policy Learning Consortium. The four occupations include: certified nurse aide licensed practical nurse emergency medical technician/paramedic and dental hygienist. For each of these occupations a policy review was conducted to understand all variables related to occupational licensure in Indiana and its four contiguous states.
2017 Indiana Physician Report: Indiana Professional Licensing Agency Medical Board July 2019PhysicianSupply Demand and DistriubtionData/Technical Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16894Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyPresentation of the 2017 Indiana Physician's Licensure Data Report to the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency's Medical Board
2018 Telemedicine In Indiana ReportPhysicianSpecial Issues ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17774Vaughn Sierra X.; Randolph Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.Telemedicine is a 21st Century approach to delivering health care and addressing health workforce shortages. It involves the remote diagnosis and treatment of patients by means of telecommunications technology (video picture voice etc.). In Indiana physicians who offer telemedicine services are held to the same standards as a physician providing in-person health care services. In addition to holding a medical license Indiana has a certification for telemedicine providers administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA); however physicians who predominately practice within Indiana are not required to file this certification . The purpose of this report is to describe characteristics of Indiana physicians that self-reported being engaged in providing telemedicine services. The data presented here are a subset from the 2017 Physician Licensure Survey Data Report .
Analysis of Indiana's Primary Care Physicians Providing Obstetric ServicesPhysicianSpecial Issues ; Supply Demand and DistributionWhite Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18262Maxey Hannah; Vaughn Sierra; Randolph CourtneyInfant mortality is an important public health priority in Indiana. Thus understanding the capacity of physicians who provide obstetric services is crucial to informing related initiatives. This report was created to quantify and decribe the primary care physicians that reported providing obstetric care in Indiana. The data used in this report were collected during physicians' 2017 license renewal period.
Data Report: 2017 Indiana Physician Licensure SurveyPhysician Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16654Vaughn Sierra.; Analise Dickinson Maxey Hannahhe 2017 Indiana Physician Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information collectedfrom the physician licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency during the biennial license renewal cycle. This report is a snapshot of Indiana's physician workforce and offers key information that can be used to determine the best practices for improving health care for Indiana residents.
2017 Registered Nurse Data ReportRegistered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17195Vaughn S.; Dickinson A.; Maxey H.Registered nurses (RNs) are the largest licensed profession within the health workforce. Data on supply and distribution of this profession is critical to informing related initiatives regarding education training and health care delivery. The 2017 Indiana Nursing Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information collected from the nursing licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency during the biennial license renewal cycle. As of November 2017 110651 RNs renewed their license to practice in Indiana. Of these 69685 (63%) self-reported actively practicing in nursing and had a license address in Indiana.
Mental Health and Addiction Services Loan Repayment AssistancePhysician; Behavioral Health Professional, Psychologist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking ; Special IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17717Vaughn Sierra.; Dickinson Analise.; Maxey HannahThe State of Indiana recognizes the importance of strengthening and retaining the behavioral health workforce in order to 1) tackle the opioid epidemic and 2) expand the workforce to areas in greatest need of mental health care. Financial incentives focused on workforce recruitment and/or retention are frequently used as a strategy to increase workforce capacity reduce turnover and reduce burnout. In 2014 the Indiana Family and Social Services Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) implemented a Mental Health and Addiction Services Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) targeting behavioral health professionals. The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) was contracted by DMHA to perform an evaluation of the LRAP. The primary objectives of the evaluation were to 1) identify successful outcomes associated with the program and 2) determine areas in need of improvement. The following report describes the evaluation methods discusses results identifies successes and offers recommendations for future program improvement
2018 Indiana Physician Workforce Fact SheetPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17766Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe physician workforce has long been regarded as the backbone of the health care system making the collection and dissemination of timely data on supply and distribution critical to informing these initiatives. The 2017 Indiana Physician Fact Sheet presents key information collected from the physician licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency during the biennial license renewal cycle. In addition to providing information on the overall physician workforce this report also contains sub-sections specifically dedicated to primary care physicians and psychiatrists. The 2017 Indiana Physician Fact Sheet is a snapshot of Indiana's physician workforce and offers key information that can be used to determine the best practices for improving health care for Indiana residents.
2018 Indiana Primary Care Needs Assessment ReportPhysician; Dentist Supply Demand and DistributionWhite Papers and Special Reports 2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17192Vaughn Sierra; Dickinson Analise; Maxey HannahThe Indiana Primary Care Needs Assessment (PCNA) has been critical in the efforts to identify gaps in access to health care and allocate resources to communities in greatest need. This five-year collaborative project between the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) and the Indiana State Department of Health Primary Care Office has encompassed numerous efforts to accomplish these goals. These efforts have included 1) innovation of provider data management 2) statewide analysis of Health Professional Shortage Areas and 3) providing resources and assistance to health care administrators and community leaders. The 2018 Primary Care Needs Assessment Report provides a summary of efforts from 2015-2017 and how this project has impacted communities throughout Indiana.
2018 Oral Health Data ReportDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17554Dickinson Analise C Vaughn Sierra X Maxey Hannah L.Determining the supply and distribution of Indiana's oral health workforce is crucial to understanding the capacity available to meet oral healthcare needs of Indiana citizens. Such data can also be used to inform initiatives aimed at increasing diversity cultural competency quality of care and dental care access in underserved communities . Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the oral health workforce in Indiana. The 2018 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information derived from data collected from the dentist and dental hygienist re-licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during the license renewal period. In 2018 4001 dentists and 4996 dental hygienists renewed their professional licenses. Of those who renewed their license 2697 dentists (67.4%) and 3521 dental hygienists (70.4%) reported actively practicing and had a valid Indiana license address and were included in this report. Marion County encompasses the largest reported oral health workforce full-time equivalents (FTEs): 376.7 FTE for dentists and 235.2 FTE for dental hygienists. Based on the survey samples there are significantly fewer oral health professionals available to serve Indiana citizens in rural less populous counties such as LaGrange Crawford and Jennings Counties. Additionally a relatively low proportion of dentists reported offering services to low-income persons (i.e. accepting Medicaid). This report details 2018 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey Data Report presents a snapshot of data on the dentist and dental hygienist professions to provide stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality and accessibility of oral health care for Indiana residents through policymaking workforce development and resource allocation. Additional analyses and reports may be made available upon submission of a technical assistance request at http://family.medicine.iu.edu/hws.
2018 Annual Impact ReportInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/17374Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe health workforce is the foundational element of health care delivery contributing to priorities such as quality and spending. Health care delivery system reforms cannot succeed without attention to this workforce. The mission of the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) is to improve population health by contributing to informed health workforce policy through data management community engagement and original research. To achieve this mission the Bowen Center has partnered with the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) and the Department of Workforce Development (DWD). Dissemination of high quality health workforce information is a primary mechanism for promoting health policy discussion among health care leaders in Indiana. The Bowen Center is charged with leveraging health workforce data to conduct needs assessments workforce evaluations and develop data visualization tools. The center also regularly provides technical assistance to stakeholders throughout Indiana and across the country who submit requests for data collection analysis and assistance with federal health professional shortage designations. Such efforts aim to inform the work of educators health care administrators and policymakers. In order to support the translation of data and research into action the Bowen Center is committed to providing a forum for stakeholders that supports information sharing idea generation and consensus building and serves as a platform for collaboration with policy makers and community leaders. The center currently provides administrative support and technical assistance to the Governor's Health Workforce Council which aims to coordinate initiatives policies and programs related to the health workforce. This council led by DWD provides a forum for research in-depth discussions and collaborative work that impact health workforce policy and ultimately improves population health.
2017 Behavioral Health Board SurveyBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16611Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Chiropractor Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16628Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16629Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Certified Dietician Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16631Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Occupational Therapist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16634Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Physical Therapist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16635Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Respiratory Care Practitioner Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16638Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Massage Therapy Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16641Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Podiatrist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16642Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Physician Assistant License Renewal Survey InstrumentPhysician AssistantData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24868Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Behavioral Health & Human Services Board License Renewal Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalsData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24869Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Pharmacist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPharmacistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16644Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Nurse Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16619Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 RN Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16623Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Licensed Practical Nurses Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentLicensed Practical NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16633Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Optometrist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16620Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Dental Hygienist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16613Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Dentist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16614Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Physician Assistant Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysician AssistantData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16636Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Physician Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2018Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/16622Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Survey Tool: Provider Perspective on DATA 2000 WaiverInterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking Survey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21880
2018 Behavioral Health and Human Services Data ReportBehavioral Health ProfessionalSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18657Dickinson Analise; Vaughn Sierra; Maxey HannahIndiana's Behavioral Health and Human Service (BHHS) Professionals workforce is comprised of licensed providers from various professional and educational backgrounds including addiction counselors social workers marriage & family therapists and mental health counselors. Identifying supply and distribution of the BHHS workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet behavioral health needs and improve overall population health of Indiana citizens. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the behavioral health workforce in Indiana.
2018 Psychologist Licensure Survey Data ReportPsychologistSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19584Dickinson Analise; Vaughn Sierra; Maxey HannahIdentifying supply and distribution of the psychologist workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet mental health needs and improve overall population health of Indiana citizens. Psychology has evolved from a field focusing solely on scientific research into a clinical profession that combines research with mental health treatment. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the psychologist workforce in Indiana.
2018 Indiana Behavioral Health Workforce BriefBehavioral Health Professional; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, PsychologistSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/20334Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe mental health workforce is comprised of a cadre of professions that work together synergistically to support mental health much like pieces forming a puzzle. While each profession has its unique training and scope all professions are pieced together to treat the whole person. The purpose of this report is to describe the following professions: psychologists(clinical) addiction counselors (LACs/LCACs) (clinical) social workers (LSWs/LCSWs) marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors. Recognizing that mental health and addiction services may be provided by other health professionals (such as primary care providers) understanding characteristics of each piece of the mental health workforce puzzle is imperative to inform future policy discussions as they are a vital component to health care.
Methods for the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy (Bowen) Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)OtherData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking Methods2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18641Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThis document describes methods for the Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4).
Methods for the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy (Bowen) Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)OtherData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking Methods2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18860Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Nursing Licensure Compact - Brief Series: Interstate Licensure CompactRegistered NurseData Collection and Information Management ; Occupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18211Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyInterstate compacts are contracts between two or more states to agree on an issue. States use compacts as a legal relationship to address an issue. Indiana currently participates in 35 Interstate compacts. Indiana does not currently participate in any compacts around health professional licensure. This Interstate Licensure Compacts brief provides an overview of Indiana's Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC).
Indiana's Long Term Care & Aging Workforce 2019Physician; Registered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse; Licensed Practical Nurse; Behavioral Health Professional; Dentist; Dental Hygienist; Pharmacist; Other; InterprofessionalSpecial Issues ; Supply Demand and DistributionWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21364Maxey Hannah. Vaughn Sierra. Randolph CourtneyThe purpose of this report is to identify the licensed health professionals in Indiana who report practicing in geriatrics or long-term care/home health/related settings and describe their professional characteristics.
Indiana Providers: Reported Barriers to Medicaid Participation: Physicians and DentistsPhysician; DentistSpecial Issues ; MedicaidWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19592Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyDuring their biennial license renewal physicians and dentists are asked about their barriers to engaging at Medicaid at their practice. These reasons were classified through qualitative analysis. This reported summarizes the reported barriers to Medicaid engagement among Indiana's physicians and dentists.
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 3-12-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2019https://hdl.handle.net/1805/18588Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 3-12-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18589Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 3-25-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18686Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill BriefInterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18260Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 2-8-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18324Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 4-9-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18801Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 4-22-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18913Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief 8-01-2019InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/20130Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Summary of Policy Review on Sunrise ProcessesInterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21191Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThis document contains a summary of how sunrise processes are implemented in other states.
Review of 2019 Sunrise Legislation in IndianaInterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21193Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyA list of all proposed sunrise legislation in Indiana in 2019 and whether the legislation passed or not.
National Summary of Sunrise Review StatutesInterprofessionalOccupational Regualtion; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21237Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyA summary of statutes for all states with a Sunrise Review.
Review of Indiana Health Workforce Incentive Programs/InitiativesInterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26117Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Information on 2018 Senate Enrolled Act 223InterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/20352Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Policy Research: Health Workforce Supply Data CollectionInterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18489Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
REPLICA Compact - Brief Series: Interstate Licensure CompactOtherOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18433Interstate compacts are contracts between two or more states to agree on an issue. States use compacts as a legal relationship to address an issue. Indiana currently participates in 35 Interstate compacts. Indiana does not currently participate in any compacts around health professional licensure. This Interstate Licensure Compacts brief provides an overview of Recognition of EMS Personnel Licensure Interstate Compact (REPLICA).
The Landscape of Obstetric Resources and Risks in Indiana: A Framework for Informing PolicyPhysician; Registered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSpecial Issues ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21456Maxey Hannah; Randolph Courtney; Vaughn Sierra.Indiana has many dedicated stakeholders and important initiatives working to ensure “more babies make it to their first birthday” and fewer mothers die of childbirth and related complications. Targeting specific efforts to the areas of greatest need can be challenging. The methods used for this landscape analysis offer a framework for contextualizing health service/system resources and public health outcomes/measures simultaneously for the purpose of targeting policy and programming. Concurrently examining OB resources and selected risk factors within Indiana counties provides important insight into the types of initiatives and interventions that may help “move the needle in the right direction.”
2019 Indiana Physician Assistant Workforce BriefPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19853Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2018 Physician Assistant Data ReportPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19670Maxey Hannah; Vaughn SierraIdentifying supply and distribution of the physician assistant workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet medical needs and improve overall population health of Indiana citizens. Data presented in this report presents key information derived from data collected from the Indiana Physician Assistants (PAs) re-licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during the license renewal period. The 2018 Physician Assistant Licensure Survey Data Report presents a snapshot of data on the physician assistant professions to provide stakeholders with information needed to improve the quality and accessibility of PA care for Indiana residents through policymaking workforce development and resource allocation.
An Assessment of Obstetricians/Gynecologists in IndianaPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution; Special IssuesData/Technical Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18853Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyObstetrician/Gynecologists (OB/GYN) are included as part of the primary care workforce and were verified. The accompanying GIS map utilizes this verified data to display the capacity of these physicians and their geographic distribution in the State of Indiana.
2017 Indiana's Nursing Workforce Fact SheetRegistered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18302Maxey Hannah; Randolph CourtneyThe Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) has a rich history of collecting analyzing and disseminating health workforce data and research for the State of Indiana. These efforts are important to informing health workforce policy and planning initiatives throughout the State. Registered nurses (RNs) are the largest licensed profession within the health workforce. Data on supply and distribution of this profession is critical to informing related initiatives regarding education training and health care delivery. The 2017 Indiana Nursing Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information collected from the nursing licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency during the biennial license renewal cycle.
2018 Oral Health Workforce BriefDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19681Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2018 Indiana Pharmacists Workforce BriefPharmacist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19712Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Primary Care Needs Assessment ReportPhysician; Dentist Supply Demand and Distribution; Special IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22233Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe Indiana Primary Care Needs Assessment (PCNA) has been critical in the efforts to identify gaps in access to health care and allocate resources to communities in greatest need. This five-year project a collaborative effort between the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) and the Indiana State Department of Health Primary Care Office has encompassed numerous efforts to accomplish these goals. These efforts include: development of standard provider data management; statewide analysis of Health Professional Shortage Areas; and the provision of resources and assistance to health care administrators and community leaders. The 2019 Primary Care Needs Assessment Report summarizes efforts from 2015-2018 and demonstrates how this project has impacted communities throughout Indiana.
2019 Annual Impact ReportInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19935Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Keystone ReviewInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19737Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Keystone ReviewInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19731Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2019 Winter Keystone ReviewInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22216Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
License Renewal FAQsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21067
2015 Addiction Counselor Licensure Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18592Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Licensed Professional Counselor Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18593Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Psychologist Licensure Survey InstrumentPsychologistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18594Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2018 Pharmacist Licensure Survey InstrumentPharmacistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18451Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Behavioral Health Board Licensure Survey InstrumentBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18452Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Oral Health Licensure Survey InstrumentDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18453Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Physician Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18455Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2017 Registered Nurse Licensure Survey InstrumentRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18456Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Pharmacist Licensure Survey InstrumentPharmacistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18476Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Physicians Assistant Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysician AssistantData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18477Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Dentists Licensure Survey InstrumentsDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18478Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2015 Physicians Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18480Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2015 Registered Nurse Licensure Survey InstrumentRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18481Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2016 Dental Hygienist Health Licensure Survey InstrumentDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18479Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2019 Nurse Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18969Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2019 Physician Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18970Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Dental Hygienists Survey InstrumentDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19709Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Dentists Survey InstrumentDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/19710Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Indiana Minimum Data Set Survey Instrument for Health OccupationsOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22413Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Data Report: 2018 Pharmacist Licensure SurveyPharmacistSurvey Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2019Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/18812Dickinson Analise; Vaughn Sierra X.; Maxey Hannah L.Identifying supply and distribution of the pharmacist workforce is crucial in understanding the capacity to meet medical needs and improve overall population health of Hoosiers. The field of pharmacy has been a longstanding profession that has changed significantly throughout its history. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the pharmacist workforce in Indiana.
Indiana's Behavioral Health Workforce Report Series: Psychiatrists and Psychiatric APRNsPhysician; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/23064Maxey Hannah; Vaughn SierraIndiana's behavioral health workforce is comprised of several licensed health professions which are authorized to provide various specialized behavioral health services. Evaluating this workforce and identifying workforce shortages is crucial and informing workforce development and policy initiatives which address such issues as substance use disorder (SUD) and access to counseling services. This report is issued as part of the Behavioral Health Data Report Series which highlights key information regarding licensed health professionals who provide behavioral health or psychiatric services. This report will provide summary information regarding physicians and APRNs who report having a practice specialty in psychiatry.
Where does Indiana's licensed health workforce self-report receiving their qualifying education?Physician; Registered Nurse: Physician Assistant; Behavioral Health Professional; Dentist; Dental Hygienist; Pharmacist, PsychologistSpecial Issues; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22094Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThis brief presents a comparison of educational characteristics of Indiana's licensed health workforce including: physicians nurses APRNs physician assistants behavioral health professions psychologists dental hygienists dentists and pharmacists.
Process for Connecting Healthcare Reservist and Student Workforce to RequesterInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22526
FAQ- COVID-19 Health Workforce Professionals and Student ReserveInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22531Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Guidance for emergency deployment of student and newly graduated nurses for engagement in the workforce during the COVID-19 epidemicInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24448
Guidance for emergency deployment of newly graduated physicians for engagement in the workforce during the COVID-19 epidemic April to June 2020InterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22676
2020 Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalOccupational Regualtion; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21980Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyThe Bowen Biweekly Bill Brief (B4) is a legislative tracker document that may be used to monitor legislative initiatives within healthcare in Indiana and specifically those that impact the health workforce. This document will be updated bi-weekly with the latest version appearing at the top of the list.
Annual License Renewal Fees for Select Health Occupations by StateInterprofessionalOccupational Regualtion; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22103To provide stakeholders with a resource that contains the costs of license renewal fees period of license renewal and license renewal fee per year (calculated as “total renewal fee” / “period of license renewal”) for select health occupations.
Indiana's School-Based Health WorkforceRegistered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse; Licensed Practical Nurse; Behavioral Health Professional; Dentist; Dental Hygienist; OtherSpecial Issues ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24871Maxey Hannh; Medlock Courtney; Vaughn Sierra
The State of Indiana's Health Workforce 2020Interprofessional Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24212A review of Indiana's Health Workforce in 2020 via the collection of supplemental information such as practice location and future employment plans from health professionals during license renewal. This report was prepared by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency in collaboration with the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy at the Indiana University School of Medicine.
2019 Indiana's Registered Nurse Workforce Data ReportRegistered Nurse; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22865Maxey H.; Vaughn S.; Floyd.T.This report provides a cross-sectional and longitudinal synopsis of Indiana's Registered Nurse and Advanced Practice Registered Nurse who renewed their license in 2019. This reported aims to support analysis of Indiana's RN workforce.
2019 Physician Data ReportPhysician Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22525Maxey Hannah.; Vaughn Sierra; Floyd TreyHealth workforce development strategies in Indiana are important to informing policy and supporting workforce shortage designations. Over the last several years significant strides have been made to collect comprehensive accurate and timely health workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. These efforts have contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning.
2019 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce BriefRegistered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/23231
2019 Indiana Physician Workforce BriefPhysician Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/23234
Indiana University Answers the Call for Indiana's COVID-19 Workforce NeedsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Special IssuesBriefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22867Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Indiana Health Workforce Response to COVID-19InterprofessionalData Collection and Information Management; Special IssuesBriefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22918Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems: The national context and Indiana's storyInterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking Briefs2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/23672
2020 Annual Impact Report (AIR)InterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/23673
IDOH Letter of Invitation for COVID-19 VaccineInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesMethods2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24751
2020 Behavioral Health & Human Services Board SurveyBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/21744Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Pharmacist Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPharmacistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22412Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Physician Assistant Re-Licensure Survey InstrumentPhysician AssistantData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/22414Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Psychologists License Renewal SurveyPsychologistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2020Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24586Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Indiana Behavioral Health Workforce Data Advisory GroupBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementBriefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26910
Indiana's Behavioral Health Workforce Report Series: Behavioral Health & Human Services ProfessionalsBehavioral Health ProfessionalSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25354Vaughn Sierra; Maxey HannahIndiana's behavioral health workforce is comprised of several licensed health professions which are authorized to provide various specialized behavioral health services. Evaluating this workforce and identifying workforce shortages is crucial and informing workforce development and policy initiatives which address such issues as substance use disorder (SUD) and access to mental health and counseling services. This report is issued as part of the Indiana Behavioral Health Workforce Data Report Series which highlights key information regarding licensed health professionals who provide behavioral health or psychiatric services. This report will provide summary information regarding licensed BHHS professionals.
Indiana Behavioral Health Workforce Report Series: PsychologistsPsychologistSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25937Vaughn Sierra; Dickinson Analise; Maxey Hannah; Moore MykaylaIndiana's behavioral health workforce is comprised of several licensed health professions which are authorized to provide various specialized behavioral health services. Evaluating this workforce and identifying workforce shortages is crucial in informing workforce development and policy initiatives which address such issues as substance use disorder (SUD) and access to counseling services. This report is issued as part of the Behavioral Health Data Report Series which highlights key information regarding licensed health professionals who provide behavioral health or psychiatric services. This report summarizes information on psychologists licensed in Indiana.
MAT Buprenorphine MapsBehavioral Health & Supply Demand and DistributionWhite Papers and Special Reports 2021https://hdl.handle.net/1805/26215
MAT Buprenorphine Maps - Counties Highlighted for Indiana Rural Opioid ConsortiumSupply Demand and DistributionWhite Papers and Special Reports 2021https://hdl.handle.net/1805/26224
A State Strategy for Identifying Active Buprenorphine Medication Assisted Treatment ProvidersPhysician; Physician Assistant; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and Distribution; Data Collection and Information Management ; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26632
2020 Indiana Behavioral Health and Human Services Workforce BriefBehavioral Health Professional; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, PsychologistSupply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26216
Indiana Mental Health Professionals 2010 Re-Licensure Survey ReportBehavioral Health Professional, PsychologistSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/5984Lewis Cynthia K.; Sheff Zachary T.; Richard Amy E.; Brandt Amy J.; Zollinger Terrell W.The 2010 Indiana Mental Health Professionals Re-Licensure Survey the 2010 Clinical Psychologists Re-Licensure Survey and the 2011 Physician Re-Licensure Survey were administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency under a contract with the Indiana State Department of Health. The 2011 Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurse Survey was administered by the Indiana Nursing Association. This report summarizes the responses to these four surveys. The purpose of this report is to provide a comprehensive description of the mental health workforce in Indiana.
Data Management Manual: Health Professional License and Supplemental Survey DataInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25204This documentation explains in detail the procedures used for cleaning coding and formatting Health Professional Licensure Survey Data.
Process for Fulfilling Vaccine Related Staffng Requests from Local Health DepartmentsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25514
Tracking Legislative Initiatives: The Basics of Navigating the Indiana General Assembly Website (IGA.IN.GOV)InterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24912Medlock Courtney
Life Cycle of Health Workforce Data in IndianaInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26292Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Process for Fulfilling COVID-19 Health Workforce Staffing RequestsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26559
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24988
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25148
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25206
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25277
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25312
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25407
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25512
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25621
2021 Bowen Bi-weekly Bill Brief (B4)InterprofessionalPolicy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25754
Modernizing Indiana's Licensure Requirements for Foreign-educated NursesInterprofessionalOccupational Regualtion; Special Issues; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26785
Physical Therapy Compact (PT Compact)OtherOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25089Medlock Courtney; Maxey Hannah
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Interstate Compact (ASLP-IC)OtherOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25211Maxey Hannah; Medlock Courtney
Psychology Interjurisdictional Licensure Compact (PSYPACT)Psychologist; PhysicianOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25080Maxey Hannah; Medlock CourtneyThe Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT) is an interstate compact designed to facilitate the practice of telepsychology and temporary in-person face-to-face practice across state boundaries. This brief looks at the costs and benefits for Indiana participating in PSYPACT
Occupational Regulation 101InterprofessionalOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking Methods2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25003
NLC Report to Governor's Health Workforce CouncilRegistered NurseOccupational Regulation; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25914Indiana Professional Licensing Agency
COVID-19 Impact on Dentistry and the Dental WorkforceDentist; Dental HygienistSupply Demand and Distribution; Special Issues; Policy Research & Tracking White Papers and Special Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25418Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyAt the start of the COVID Pandemic Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb issued an exectuive order which shut down essential bussinesses throughout the State. This included dental offices which reopened later in the spring and summer of 2020 under new guidelines around personal protective equipment and infection prevention. To better understand the potential impact of the pandemic on den the Indiana Dental Association administered a survey to dentists actively practicing in Indiana during the month of July 2020. This survey asked qeustions regarding the status of their practice staff challenges and other unforseen challenges dentists may have faced at their practice. This report outlines the information collected from this survey.
The State of Indiana's Health Workforce in 2021Interprofessional Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26935
Indiana's Pharmacist WorkforcePharmacist Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26113Vaughn Sierra; Maxey Hannah; Dickinson AnaliseIndiana's pharmacist workforce is comprised of professionals representing many different practice characteristics. These health professions are licensed and authorized to provide various pharmacy services to a variety of populations. Evaluating characteristics accessing capacity and identifying shortages in Indiana's pharmacist workforce is crucial to informing workforce development and policy initiatives which address such issues as vaccine administration and drug safety. Over the last several years significant strides have been made for collecting comprehensive accurate and timely workforce data which support longitudinal workforce tracking and evaluation. This report presents descriptive information and highlights top findings on Indiana's pharmacist workforce.
Indiana's Physician Assistant Workforce Data ReportPhysician Assistants Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26193Vaughn Sierra; Maxey Hannah; Dickinson Analise; Moore MykaylaOver the last several decades there has been a substantial increase in the number of physician assistants (PAs) in the United States including Indiana . The increase of PA training programs is cited as a response to the shortage of physicians particularly in primary care settings . Information and evaluation of the supply distribution and characteristics of Indiana's PA workforce is crucial to identifying workforce shortages and understanding this professions ability to ensure the medical needs of Hoosiers are met. The 2020 Physician Assistant Licensure Survey Data Report presents a snapshot of the PAs workforce in Indiana. The data presented in this report have been collected and prepared for the purpose of informing related workforce development and policy initiatives.
A Roadmap to Expanding Health Professions Education and Training Programming in Indiana Health CentersInterprofessional Supply Demand and Distribution; Special IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26860
Indiana's Response To COVID-19: Engaging Indiana's Healthcare And Volunteer ReserveInterprofessional Supply Demand and Distribution; Data Collection and Information Management White Papers and Special Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26637Vaugh Sierra; Medlock Courtney; Maxey HannahThe novel coronavirus pandemic has impacted nearly all aspects of society especially the health care system. In order to support the unprecedented need many licensed and retired health care professionals stepped up as part of the Indiana COVID-19 Reserve. This report provides a summary of the steps taken to sustain the reserve respond to health care facilities' personnel needs and the successes of this initiative.
2019 Indiana Advanced Practice Registered Nurse WorkforceAdvanced Practice Registered Nurse Supply Demand and Distribution;Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/24910Maxey Hannah; Medlock Courtney; Vaughn SierraIndiana is fortunate to have a robust mechanism to identify quantify and describe the Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) workforce. Discover more about Indiana's APRN workforce in this brief.
2020 Indiana Dental Hygienist Workforce BriefDental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25329Maxey Hannah; Medlock Courtney; Vaughn Sierra; Floyd Trey
2020 Indiana Dentist Workforce BriefDentistSupply Demand and Distribution; Policy Research & Tracking Briefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25338Maxey Hannah; Medlock Courtney; Vaughn Sierra; Floyd Trey
2020 Indiana Pharmacist Workforce BriefPharmacistSupply Demand and Distribution; Occupational RegulationBriefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26635
Promoting Inclusion in Indiana through Modifications to Health Workforce Data Collection EffortsInterprofessional Supply Demand and DistributionBriefs2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26209
2020 Oral Health Data ReportDentist; Dental Hygienist Supply Demand and Distribution;Data/Technical Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/25123Vaughn Sierra; Maxey Hannah; Floyd TreyDetermining the supply and distribution of Indiana's oral health workforce is crucial to understanding the capacity available to meet oral healthcare needs of Indiana citizens. Such data can also be used to inform initiatives aimed at increasing diversity cultural competency quality of care and dental care access in underserved communities. Data presented in this report provide a snapshot of key demographic and practice characteristics for the oral health workforce in Indiana. The 2020 Indiana Oral Health Licensure Survey Data Report presents key information derived from data collected from the dentist and dental hygienist re-licensure survey administered by the Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) during the license renewal period.
A 5-Year Review of Governor's Health Workforce Council Activities & OutcomesInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26506
2021 Physician License Renewal Information FieldsPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26208Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2020 Indiana Licensed Practical Nurse License Renewal Information FieldsLicensed Practical NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26906Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2021 Indiana Registered Nurse License Renewal Information FieldsRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26907Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Dentist License Renewal Information FieldsDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26908Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Indiana 2022 Dental Hygienist License Renewal Information FieldsDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/26909Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Indiana Chiropractor License Renweal Information FieldsOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27172Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Indiana Pharmacist License Renewal Information FieldsPharmacistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27173Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Indiana Physical Therapist License Renewal Information FieldsOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27174Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2021 Minimum Data Set for Indiana Health ProfessionsOtherData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2021Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27736Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
Bowen Center Resource MenuData Collection and Information ManagementMethods2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/28142
Advance Practice Nurse Compact BriefAdvanced Practice Registered NurseOccupational RegulationBriefs2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27418
Counseling Compact BriefBehavioral Health ProfessionalOccupational RegulationBriefs2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27419
Interstate Medical Licensure CompactPhysicianOccupational RegulationMethods2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27680Maxey Hannah; Medlock CourtneyThe Medical Licensure Compact is an expedited license reviewal compact. The IMLC is an agreement between states on medical licensure eligibility which offers expedited licensure for qualified physicians.
2020 Indiana Physician Assistant Workforce BriefPhysician Assistant Supply Demand and Distribution; Occupational RegulationBriefs2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27737
2022 Indiana Behavioral Health Board License Renewal Information FieldsBehavioral Health Professional;Data Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27042Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Indiana Physician Assistant License Renewal Information FieldsPhysician AssistantData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/27904Medlock Courtney R.; Maxey Hannah L.
2022 Indiana Physician Workforce Data ReportPhysician Supply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2022Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/28950Dickinson Analise; Vaughn Sierra Maxey Hannah LHealth workforce development strategies in Indiana are important to informing policy and supporting workforce shortage designations. Over the last several years significant strides have been made to collect comprehensive accurate and timely health workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. These efforts have contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning. As a research entity supporting the State of Indiana the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) is committed to and engaged in developing sustainable data management processes and publishing timely workforce information. This report is intended to provide a snapshot of Indiana physicians actively practicing in Indiana as of November 2021.
2022 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Data ReportRegistered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementData/Technical Reports2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/29700Dickinson Analise; Tobin Mykayla; Vaughn Sierra; Maxey Hannah L. Indiana health workforce data are important for identifying workforce shortages and informing workforce development strategies policies and programming initiatives. Over the last several years significant strides have been made for collecting comprehensive accurate and timely workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. This effort has contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning. As a research entity the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) is committed to and engaged in supporting the State of Indiana with developing sustainable data management processes and publishing timely workforce information.
2022 Indiana Dietitian License Renewal Information FieldsOtherSupply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/29692Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Indiana 2022 Occupational Therapist License Renewal Information FieldsOtherSupply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/29868Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Indiana 2022 Respiratory Care Practitioner License Renewal Information FieldsOtherSupply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/29869Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
Indiana 2022 Licensed Practical Nurse License Renewal Information FieldsLicensed Practical NurseSupply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/29870Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
An Assessment of Indiana’s Maternity Care WorkforceRegistered Nurse; Physician; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/30165Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyHealth professionals who provide perinatal and labor and delivery (L&D) services are essential to ensuring access to care for pregnant women a population that -typically requires specialized services. Understanding the availability of maternity care is essential to supporting maternal and infant health and improving risks associate with mortality. Most maternity care providers are generally comprised of physicians who specialize in obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) or family medicine. In addition to physicians advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who collaborate with physicians such as certified nurse midwives (CNMs) nurse practitioners (NPs) and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs) may provide maternity care services. This assessment provides details of the physicians and APRNs who provide maternity care services in Indiana.
Indiana 2021 Pyschiatrists and Psychiatric APRNs Data ReportPhysician; Advanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2022Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/30575Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyIndiana’s behavioral health workforce is comprised of several licensed health professions which are authorized to provide various specialized behavioral health services. Evaluating this workforce and identifying workforce shortages is crucial and informing workforce development and policy initiatives which address such issues as substance use disorder (SUD) and access to counseling services. The 2022 Behavioral Health Data Report Series highlights key information regarding licensed health professionals who provide behavioral health or psychiatric services. This report is issued as part of this series and provides summary information regarding physicians and APRNs who report having a practice specialty in psychiatry during the 2021 license renewal period.
2021 Indiana Physicians Workforce BriefPhysicianSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/30846Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahHealth workforce development strategies in Indiana are important to informing policy and supporting workforce shortage designations. Over the last several years, significant strides have been made to collect comprehensive, accurate and timely health workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. These efforts have contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning. As a research entity supporting the State of Indiana, the Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (Bowen Center) is committed to and engaged in developing sustainable data management processes and publishing timely workforce information. This report is intended to provide a snapshot of Indiana physicians actively practicing in Indiana as of November 2021.
Partners In Training Health ProfessionsInterprofessionalSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/30933Medlock, Courtney; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, Hannah; Dickinson, Analise, Tobin, Mykayla, The demand for health professionals is outpacing supply in health care markets in Indiana and across the nation. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated workforce shortages, though many professions were already projected to worsen as demand for health care increases alongside population aging. Now more than ever before, the health professions training pipeline is critical to securing the health workforce and the health of our population and economy. For over 50 years, the Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Indianapolis VAMC) has been an active and significant figure in Indiana’s health professional training landscape. Indianapolis VAMC training initiatives have supported the clinical training needs of numerous academic affiliates and reached many thousands of students in health professions programs.VA training initiatives makes significant contributions to prepare trainees for numerous high demand health care professions.
Partners In Training Health Professions: BriefInterprofessionalSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/30881Maxey Hannah; Vaughn Sierra, Medlock Courtney; Dickinson Analise; Tobin MykaylaThe demand for health professionals is outpacing supply in health care markets in Indiana and across the nation. The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated workforce shortages, though many professions were already projected to worsen as demand for health care increases alongside population aging. Now more than ever before, the health professions training pipeline is critical to securing the health workforce and the health of our population and economy. For over 50 years, the Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center (Indianapolis VAMC) has been an active and significant figure in Indiana’s health professional training landscape. Indianapolis VAMC training initiatives have supported the clinical training needs of numerous academic affiliates and reached many thousands of students in health professions programs.VA training initiatives makes significant contributions to prepare trainees for numerous high demand health care professions.
2023 Podiatrist License Renewal Information FieldsOtherSupply Demand and DistributionSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31005Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & Policy
2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce BriefRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/31118Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Brief presents key data on Indiana RN workforce data trends, highlights key findings, and presents policy intersections.
2021 Indiana Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Workforce BriefAdvanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31136Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Workforce (APRN) Brief presents key data on Indiana APRN workforce data trends, highlights key findings, and presents policy intersections.
Indiana Direct Service Workforce PlanInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesData/Technical Reports2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31204Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyIn late 2020, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) launched a multi-prong effort to enhance the provision of long-term services and supports (LTSS). One key component of this work is the development of a person-centered and statewide Direct Service Workforce Plan (Plan) to improve the recruitment, training, support, and retention of direct service workers in home and community-based services (a sub-sector of long-term services and supports).
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Licensing: Indiana’s Current Environment & Other State ApproachesAdvanced Practice Registered NurseOccupational RegulationWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31222Becky Boustani, Courtney Medlock, Hannah MaxeyThe intention of this brief is to examine the current schema of APRN licensing in Indiana and explore alternative licensing strategies based on lessons learned from other states.
2021 Indiana's Registered Nurse Workforce Data ReportRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/31270 Dickinson Analise; Tobin Mykayla; Vaughn Sierra; Maxey Hannah L. Indiana health workforce data are important for identifying workforce shortages and informing workforce development strategies, policies, and programming initiatives. Over the last several years, significant strides have been made for collecting comprehensive, accurate and timely workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. This effort has contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning
Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Demand BriefRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31420Medlock, Courtney, Dickinson, Analise, Vaughn, Sierra, Maxey, HannahThe Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Demand Brief presents key data on future needs of Indiana's RN workforce.
Indiana LTSS Based RNsRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31423Medlock, Courtney ; Jamison, Reno ; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Brief presents key data on Indiana RN workforce data trends. This brief highlights key findings for LTSS Based RNs
Indiana Public Health RNsRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/31436Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Brief presents key data on Indiana RN workforce data trends. This brief highlights key findings for Public Health RNs.
Indiana School Based RNsRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31437Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Brief presents key data on Indiana RN workforce data trends. This brief highlights key findings for School based RNs
Indiana Hospital Based RNsRegistered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31451Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, HannahThe 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Workforce Brief presents key data on Indiana RN workforce data trends. This brief highlights key findings for Hospital based RNs.
Special Report Series: A Longitudinal Assessment of Diversity in Indiana’s Health Workforce – Introduction and MethodologyInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/31536Sparks, Chelsea; Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, HannahThe Indiana Health Workforce Diversity Brief Series presents historical diversity trends for selected Indiana health professions and explores related national and state initiatives for the purpose of informing related state-level policy and programming. This document describes the data sources and methods used to produce the series.
An Assessment of Indiana's Maternity Care Workforce: 2022 ReportInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/31535Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, HannahHealth professionals who provide perinatal and labor and delivery (L&D) services are essential to ensuring access to care for pregnant women, a population that -typically requires specialized services. Understanding the availability of maternity care is essential to supporting maternal and infant health and improving risks associate with mortality. Most maternity care providers are generally comprised of physicians who specialize in obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) or family medicine. In addition to physicians, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who collaborate with physicians, such as certified nurse midwives (CNMs), nurse practitioners (NPs), and clinical nurse specialists (CNSs), may provide maternity care services. This assessment provides details of the physicians and APRNs who provide maternity care services in Indiana.
Special Report Series: A Longitudinal Assessment of Diversity in Indiana’s Health Workforce - PhysiciansPhysicianSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/32128Sparks, Chelsea; Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, HannahThis is the first report of the Indiana Health Workforce Diversity Brief Series and includes a longitudinal assessment of the Indiana physician workforce demographics. Physician workforce data presented in this report were captured directly from health professionals at the time of license application or renewal during the span of 1997-2021. In addition, a review of historical policy and programmatic initiatives related to physician workforce diversity has been synthesized to provide context to reported.
Indiana's Maternity Care WorkforceInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32166Boustani, Becky; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah. Access to quality healthcare at every stage of pregnancy is vital to maternal and infant health. Indiana’s Maternity Care Workforce brief spotlights key findings of the physicians and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) that make up the maternity care workforce. Highlights include geographic distributions of providers and labor & delivery resources as well as Maternity Care Target Areas (MCTA) in Indiana.
2022 Indiana Oral Health Workforce Data ReportDentistData Collection and Information ManagementData/Technical Reports2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32172Dickinson, Analise; Tobin, Mykayla; Sparks, Chelsea; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, Hannah. Indiana health workforce data are important for identifying workforce shortages and informing workforce development strategies, policies, and programming initiatives. Over the last several years, significant strides have been made for collecting comprehensive, accurate and timely workforce data which are maintained for longitudinal workforce tracking. This effort has contributed to collaborative dialogue regarding health workforce policy and planning.
2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Student Fact SheetOtherOccupational RegulationWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32174Medlock, Courtney; Jamison, Reno; Maxey, Hannah. The 2021 Indiana Registered Nurse Student Fact Sheet presents key information for potential and current nursing students.
2023 Emergency Medical Responder Occupational FlyerInterprofessionalOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32271Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah. The 2023 EMR Occupational Flyer presents key information on becoming an Emergency Medical Responder in the state of Indiana.
2023 Emergency Medical Technician Occupational FlyerInterprofessionalOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32275Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah. The 2023 EMT Occupational Flyer presents key information on becoming an Emergency Medical Technician in the state of Indiana.
2023 Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Occupational FlyerInterprofessionalOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32276Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah. The 2023 AEMT Occupational Flyer presents key information on becoming an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician in the state of Indiana.
2023 Paramedic Occupational FlyerInterprofessionalOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32278Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah. The 2023 Paramedic Occupational Flyer presents key information on becoming an Paramedic in the state of Indiana.
National Landscape of Strategies for Health Workforce DevelopmentInterprofessionalOccupational RegulationPresentation  2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32336Maxey, Hannah; Medlock, Courtney.
Special Report Series: A Longitudinal Assessment of Diversity in Indiana’s Health Workforce - Registered NursesRegistered NurseSpecial IssuesBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32537Sparks, Chelsea; Dickinson, Analise; Medlock, Courtney; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, Hannah.This report is a part of the Indiana Health Workforce Diversity Brief Series which presents historical trends of certain licensed health professionals demographic characteristics and a high-level overview of related policy and programmatic initiatives. This report includes information on the registered nurse (RN) and advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) workforce. Demographic data presented in this report were collected through a review of information captured directly from health professionals between 1997-2021.
Indiana Direct Service Workforce ReportInterprofessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/32680Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research & PolicyIn late 2020, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) launched a multi-prong effort to enhance the provision of long-term services and supports (LTSS). One key component of this work is the development of a person centered and statewide Direct Service Workforce Plan (Plan) to improve the recruitment, training, support, and retention of direct service workers in home and community-based services (a sub-sector of long-term services and supports).
Indiana 2023 Registered Nurse License Renewal Information FieldsAdvanced Practice Registered NurseData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33432Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
Indiana 2023 Physician License Renewal Information FieldsPhysicianData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33433Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
State Behavioral Health Workforce: Context and OpportunitiesBehavioral Health ProfessionalSpecial IssuesWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33481Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah.The 2023 Indiana Roundtable on Mental Health Summit held a workforce breakout session entitled State Behavioral Health Workforce: Context and Opportunities.The interactive session explored national and state level trends and strategies used to address behavioral health workforce shortages.
Indiana Mental Health Roundtable Summit FeedbackBehavioral Health ProfessionalData Collection and Information ManagementWhite Papers and Special Reports 2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33482Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
Indiana's Contraceptive Care Workforce: Current State and OpportunitiesPharmacistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33495Boustani, Becky; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah.Informing Indiana policy on access to contraceptive care through health workforce data collection and analysis.
2023 Indiana Oral Health Diversity Fact SheetDentist, Dental HygienistSpecial IssuesBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33865Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
2023 Indiana Registered Nurse Diversity Fact SheetRegistered NurseSpecial IssuesBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33862Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
2023 Indiana Physician Diversity Fact SheetPhysicianSpecial IssuesBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/33863Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy
Indiana Dentist Demand BriefDentistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/34060Medlock, Courtney; Reno, Jamison; Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, Hannah. The Indiana Dentist Workforce Demand Brief presents key data on future needs of Indiana's oral health workforce.
Indiana Dental Hygienist Workforce Demand BriefDental HygienistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34061Medlock, Courtney; Reno, Jamison; Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Maxey, Hannah. The Indiana Dental Hygienist Workforce Demand Brief presents key data on future needs of Indiana's oral health workforce.
Oral Health Workforce Brief 2022DentistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/34077Medlock, Courtney; Reno, Jamison; Maxey, Hannah. 2022 Indiana Oral Health Workforce Brief
2022 Indiana Dental Hygienist Workforce BriefDental HygienistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34078Medlock, Courtney; Reno, Jamison; Maxey, Hannah. 2022 Dental Hygienist Workforce Brief
2022 Indiana Dentist Workforce BriefDentistOccupational RegulationBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/34079Medlock, Courtney; Reno, Jamison; Maxey, Hannah. 2022 Indiana Dentist Workforce Brief
Special Report Series: A Longitudinal Assessment of Diversity in Indiana’s Oral Health WorkforceDentist, Dental HygienistSpecial IssuesBriefs2023Download https://hdl.handle.net/1805/34356Dickinson, Analise; Vaughn, Sierra; Medlock, Courtney; Sparks, Chelsea.This report is a part of the Indiana Health Workforce Diversity Brief Series which presents historical trends of certain licensed health professionals demographic characteristics and a high-level overview of related policy and programmatic initiatives. This report includes information on dentists and dental hygienists. Demographic data presented in this report were collected through a review of information captured directly from health professionals between 2010-2022.
EMS HOSA Survey: Big TakeawaysInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34591Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah.1-page document summarizing the key points from the survey administered at the 2023 Indiana HOSA State Conference
EMS HOSA Survey and ResultsInterprofessionalData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34592Tobin, Mykayla; Medlock, Courtney; Maxey, Hannah.Technical report detailing findings from survey administered at 2023 Indiana HOSA State Conference
Indiana Nurse Practitioners Workforce DemandAdvanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34729Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyMonitoring Indiana's Nurse Practitioners Workforce: Supply and Demand
2023 Indiana Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist SurveyOtherOccupational RegulationSurvey Tools2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34730Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis survey was used during 2023 renewals for Indiana Speech Language Pathologist and Audiologist licenses.
Indiana's Nurse Anesthetists Workforce DemandAdvanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34839Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyMonitoring Indiana's Nurse Anesthetists Workforce: Supply and Demand.
Indiana's Nurse Midwives Workforce Demand BriefAdvanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34840Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyMonitoring Indiana's Nurse Midwives Workforce: Supply and Demand.
Indiana Nurse Practitioners Workforce Demand BriefAdvanced Practice Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionBriefs2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/34841Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyMonitoring Indiana's Nurse Practitioners Workforce: Supply and Demand.
Longitudinal Assessment of Health Care Professional Practicing in Hospital SettingsPhysician, Physician Assistant, Pharmacist, Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Registered NurseSupply Demand and DistributionData/Technical Reports2023Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/35497Sierra Vaughn, Mykayla TobinThe Bowen Center was commissioned by the Indianapolis Patient Safety Coalition to identify health care professionals who reported working in multiple practice settings, with one of those settings being a hospital. The purpose of this analysis was to inform initiatives aimed to standardized medication kits.
2024 Indiana Dental Hygienist License Renewal Information FieldsDental HygienistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2024Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/35653Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThe document contains the information fields and survey tool for the 2024 Indiana dental hygienist license renewal period.
2024 Indiana Dentist License Renewal Information FieldsDentistData Collection and Information ManagementSurvey Tools2024Downloadhttps://hdl.handle.net/1805/35654Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and PolicyThis document is the information fields or survey tool for the 2024 Indiana dentist license renewal period.