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Thursday, November 29 • 8:00am - 9:30am
F-22 - HIV Clinician Workforce: Is There Enough Capacity to Meet the Future Demand for Care?

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The purpose of this session is to present the preliminary findings from HRSA's national quantitative assessment of the HIV clinician workforce in the United States and its capacity to meet the future demand for care. The panel will present early findings on (1) the number, type, and geographic distribution of primary care clinicians currently providing HIV-related medical care in the United States; (2) the factors that influence the supply of and demand for HIV clinical services now and in the future; and (3) the magnitude of the expected HIV-related primary care clinician workforce shortage or surplusin the future, nationally and within selected states or regions.

Learning Objectives:

  • The number of primary care clinicians currently providing HIV-related medical care in Ryan White and non-Ryan White program settings nationally and within selected States and regions, as well as their demographic and professional characteristics will be discussed.
  • Participants will understand the range of factors that significantly influence the effective supply of HIV clinicians and the demand for HIV-related primary care services.
  • Participants will learn whether the expected effective supply of HIV-related primary care clinicians will be sufficient to meet the need for HIV-related medical services in the future, and potential strategies for increasing the capacity of the HIV clinician workforce.

Speakers
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Ellen Bouchery

Principal Program Analyst, Mathematica Policy Research
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Boyd Gilman

Senior Researcher, Mathematica Policy Research
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Paul Hogan

Senior Vice President, The Lewin Group
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Namrata Sen

Senior Manager, The Lewin Group
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Sylvia Trent-Adams

Senior Advisor, Health Resources and Services Administration


Thursday November 29, 2012 8:00am - 9:30am
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