Minnesotas Healthcare Workforce Data Healthcare Education and Industry Partnership September 10, 2015 Teri Fritsma, Senior Workforce Analyst, MDH Todays discussion 1) Overview of the healthcare workforce data available in Minnesota 2) Walk through an example of how these data can be applied to a policy question 3) Update on NGA data work What exactly is healthcare workforce data? - Wages - Demographicsespecially race and age
- Career laddering/trajectories - Educational program completers - Rural/urban differences - Job vacancy rates - Projected workforce needs How do YOU (or how would you) use workforce data?
Todays discussion 1) Overview of the healthcare workforce data available in Minnesota 2) Walk through an example of how these data can be applied to a policy question 3) Update on NGA data work Overview of available healthcare workforce data WHO? - MN Department of Health MN Hospital Association Care Providers of Minnesota MN DEED MN Department of Education MN Office of Higher Education MN Health licensing boards IPEDS (federal) Help Wanted Online (Private data source)
Overview of available healthcare workforce data WHAT? Where my office fits in Overview of available healthcare workforce data HOW? Data are collected and analyzed here in Minnesota, but most data sets are part of national initiatives governed partly or fully by pre-established timelines, rules, and methodologies. How can we pull it together to say something meaningful? Todays discussion 1) Overview of the healthcare workforce data available in Minnesota 2) Walk through a scenario of how these data can
be applied to a policy question 3) Update on NGA data work Healthcare workforce example: fitting the pieces together Scenario: Its been suggested that there are not enough providers to meet the mental/behavioral health needs of residents in the northwestern part of Minnesota. Furthermore, some say NW Minnesota providers are almost all Caucasian, perhaps ill-prepared to provide culturally competent care to those on Indian reservations. Would expanding the U of MN Moorhead program to include a Masters degree in social work help fill the gaps in NW MN?
Minnesota planning regions Population: 557,666 (10%) 326,373 (6%) 689,638 (13%) 2,950,885 (54%) 393,507 (7%) 499,769 (9%) Population estimates are from the Minnesota State Demographic Center for 2013. Release date July 15, 2014. ScenarioPart 1: Are there enough mental health providers in NW Minnesota? COUNTS Number of Residents Per every Provider
Social Workers* Marriage and Family Therapists LPCs and LPCCs Psychiatric Nurses 3,064 7,435 9,784 9,294 16,402
17,881 Minnesota Region Psychiatrists Psychologists Northwest 32,804 Mpls/St. Paul Statewide *LICSWs who provide mental/behavioral health services ONLY. Source: Healthcare Licensing Boards and Minnesota Population data ScenarioPart 1:
Are there enough mental health providers in NW Minnesota? MARKET DEMAND Occupations In Demand Indicator, 2014, Northwest Minnesota Mental Health Counselors: Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors: Child, Family, and School Social Workers: Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers: Healthcare Social Workers: Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists: Source: DEED, Occupations In Demand ScenarioPart 2: Are mental health providers in Northwest MN diverse enough? RACE Race of Mental Health Providers in Northwest Minnesota Race
American Indian Asian Black White Other Multi-racial Psychiatrists 0% 8% 0% 75% 0% 0% Psychologists Social Workers Marriage and
Family Therapists No data available 1% 1% 0% 93% 0% 2% 0% 3% 0% 95% 0% 0% Source: MDH Workforce Survey, multiple years
LPCs and LPCCs Psychiatric Nurses No data available 4% 0.0% 0.0% 91% 4% 4% ScenarioPart 3: Would adding an MSW program at U of MN-Moorhead help fill the gap? PROGRAM GRADUATES
Mental Health Program Completers in Northwest Minnesota, 2012-2013 Program Length/Award Level Program Title Up to 1 Year Over 1 & Under 4 Years 0 0 General Psychology 0 0 Social Work 0 0 School Psychology 0
318 ScenarioPart 3: Would adding an MSW program at U of MN-Moorhead help fill the gap? In a survey conducted at the 2015 APRN Psychiatric Nursing conference, about half of health care providers said that they practice within 25 miles of where they completed their education. Just over one-third of health care providers work within 25 miles of where they grew up. Source: 2015 survey conducted at the APRN Psychiatric Nursing Conference ScenarioPart 3: Would adding an MSW program at
U of MN-Moorhead help fill the gap? Region of Employment Region of Education Central Northeast Northwest Twin Cities Southeast Southwest North Dakota Total Central 51 52.6% 0 0.0% 0 0.0%
Healthcare workforce example What have we learned? - Current provider counts: Low - Racial diversity: Fairly low - Market demand: Very high - Capacity to grow more: Questionable - Mobility: About half will stay in area where they trained Were between information and knowledge Todays discussion 1) Overview of the healthcare workforce data available in Minnesota 2) Walk through an example of how these data can be applied to a policy question 3) Update on NGA data work NGA data work
Broad data-related goals: 1) Catalogue healthcare workforce datasets 2) Address gaps in healthcare workforce data 3) Better ways to disseminate/publicize data NGA data work Goal 1: Catalogue healthcare workforce datasets NGA data work Goal 2: Address gaps in workforce data Longitudinal dataset that tracks program completers through career transitions Addressing gaps specific to mental health workforce data Beginning to collect data on new and emerging models of care Re-designing our MDH workforce surveys to anticipate and get ahead of policy questions.
NGA data work Goal 3: Better ways to disseminate data How do (or would) YOU use workforce data? Contact Information Teri Fritsma Senior Workforce Analyst Minnesota Department of Health, Office of Rural Health and Primary Care Healthcare Workforce Analysis Team [email protected] (651) 201-4004
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