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Title: United States Health Care Workforce Trends


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United States Health Care Workforce Trends
  • Debra Stock
  • Vice President, Member Relations

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The U.S. workforce is growing much more slowly
than in past decades
Projected
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with fewer potential workers coming behind the
baby boomers.
Percentage of the Population by Age Group,
1950-2030
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Percent of U.S. Population by Race/Ethnicity,
2000 and Projected 2020
The diversity of the workforce is changing over
time.
Source U.S. Census Bureau, (NP-D1-A) Projections
of the Resident Population by Age, Sex, Race, and
Hispanic Origin 1999 to 2100
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More than 1 in 10 Americans Work in Health Care
or are a Health Professional
Health Professions and Occupations
Health Service Settings
8.6 Million Health Professionals
4.5 Million Other Workers
4.2 Million other Health Professionals
Source The New York Center for Health Workforce
Studies, October 2006. Data from the Bureau of
Labor Statistics, 2004
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Projected Growth in Health and Non-health
Occupations, 2000 to 2010
And the growth in the demand for health
occupations is twice that of other non-health
occupations.
Source U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Occupational Employment Projections
to 2010, Monthly Labor Review, November 2001
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Number of New Health Workers Needed by 2010
resulting in the need for more than 5.3 million
health professions workers to fill the job
openings created by departures and new positions.
Source Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational
Employment Projections to 2010 Monthly Labor
Reviews November 2001.
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Hospital Employment vs. Employment in Other
Industries2006(1)
A significant proportion of the nations
workforce is employed by hospitals
Source Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, Current Employment Statistics Survey,
custom data request (1) 2006 annual projections
based on data as of November 2006
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Hospital Employment by Occupation Type 2005
in various positions.
Source Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor
Statistics, 2005 National Industry-specific
Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
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Hospitals face workforce shortages in key
care-giving professions
Chart 1 Vacancy Rates for Selected Hospital
Personnel December 2006
116,000 RN Vacancies
Source 2007 AHA Survey of Hospital Leaders Note
116,000 vacancies is a national estimate created
by extrapolating the vacancy rate to all 5,000
community hospitals in 2005.
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..that are perceived to be getting worse
Chart 2 Percent of Hospitals Reporting
Recruitment More Difficult in 2005 vs. 2006
Therapists (ST,OT, PT)
Registered Nurses
Pharmacists
Laboratory Technicians
Imaging Technicians
Billing/Coders
Nursing Assistants
IT Technologists
LPNs
Housekeeping/ Maintenance
Source 2007 AHA Survey of Hospital Leaders.
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and are affecting patient care.
Chart 3 Percent of Hospitals Reporting Service
Impacts of Workforce Shortage, 2006
Decreased Staff Satisfaction
ED Overcrowding
Decreased Patient Satisfaction
Diverted ED Patients
Type of Impact
Reduced Number of Staffed Beds
Delayed Discharge/ Increased Length of Stay
Increased Wait Times to Surgery
Discontinued Programs/ Reduced Service Hours
Cancelled Surgeries
Curtailed Acquisition of New Technology
Curtailed Plans for Facility Expansion
Source 2007 AHA Survey of Hospital Leaders
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