The new, interactive way to visualize Indiana’s workforce data.
Learn about Indiana’s Physician workforce with our new interactive dashboards. Customize the visualizations and data by practice type, specialty, and year.
In progress. Until then, check out our most recent Indiana’s Registered Nurse Workforce Data Reports and Brief on the OTHER RESOURCES tab!
In progress. Until then, check out our most recent Indiana’s Oral Health Workforce Data Reports and Brief on the OTHER RESOURCES tab!
In progress. Until then, check out our most recent Indiana’s Pharmacist Workforce Data Reports and Brief on the OTHER RESOURCES tab!
In progress. Until then, check out our most recent Indiana’s Physician Assistant Workforce Data Reports and Brief on the OTHER RESOURCES tab!
In progress. Until then, check out our most recent Indiana’s Behavioral Health Workforce Data Reports and Brief on the OTHER RESOURCES tab!
About our New Workforce Dashboards
Over the last several years, information has been collected from health professionals during online license renewal. Indiana Code 25-1-2-10 requires selected health professionals to report information that is critical to inform state policy and planning activities. The required information includes demographics, education and training, practice information, services provided, and populations served.
Who does SEA 223-2018 Affect?
Indiana Code 25-1-2-10 applies to licensees under the following licensing boards:
• Indiana Medical Licensing Board
• Indiana State Board of Nursing
• Indiana State Board of Dentistry
• Behavioral Health and Human Services Licensing Board
• Indiana State Psychology Board
• Indiana Board of Pharmacy
What is the purpose of collecting this data?
Collecting timely data on the health workforce allows states and researchers to identify workforce trends and have an accurate representation of the workforce. Regular tracking of the health workforce also helps to inform initiatives aimed at workforce development. This could include workforce shortage areas, recruitment incentives, policy/programming, profession-specific initiatives, workforce evaluations, and more.
Where are the data reported?
Our team regularly produces and publishes technical data reports and policy briefs. Technical reports have been helpful to research and planning activities, providing detailed data table and graphs which provide a comprehensive description health professions. On the other hand, policy briefs include graphics and a deep dive into health professions in the context of current Indiana State codes. These resources can be found in the Bowen Library To make information on Indiana’s health workforce even more accessible, we have implemented a new data visualization tool using Tableau. These interactive workforce dashboards make the data on Indiana’s health workforce more dynamic, engaging, and useful.
Using Tableau, our team can ensure the information on Indiana’s health workforce is available to stakeholders in a timely, dynamic, and customizable format. Stakeholders can interact with the data to answer their specific questions. The Tableau platform is also able to store longitudinal information, enabling users to visualize trends in the workforce over multiple years.
Need More Info?
If you would like more information about our data collection process, view the metadata available on each dashboard page beneath the visualizations. If the visualizations are not able to answer your question, you can always contact us to submit a data inquiry or email us at email@example.com.