Health Care Meeting 4.11.12

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  • Under 100% means there are too few people being trained. Demonstrated as a percentage to be able to best compare
  • Health Care Meeting 4.11.12

    1. 1. Healthy PathwaysA Tulare County Office of Ed and Tulare WIB Collaboration Series Kristy Fairfax, Consultant
    2. 2. Agenda April 11, 2012 8:00am – 10:00am✓ Wecome and Introduction✓ Public Comments Health Care Career Day Update TCOE Health Pathways Overview 5 Employer Presentation 6 Health Care Workforce Outlook 7 Healthy Pathways Strategy
    3. 3. Health Care Career Conference Update from Regina• Date: Saturday May 5th, 2012 9:00 am – 2:00 pm• Students from around Tulare County and Kings County interested in Health Care Careers will attend.• Venue Change• College FairSome of the schools and programs that have been invited to provide informational booths: -San Joaquin Valley College (Visalia campus) -Fresno State Health Careers Opportunity Program -UCSF Fresno -UEI College
    4. 4. Health Care Career Conference Update from ReginaStudent Registration Process2.Students will complete an initial assessment to gauge their interest at Health Jobs StartHere prior to registration :http://www.healthjobsstarthere.com3.After obtaining their results, students will identify two healthcare professions they areinterested in (i.e. MD, PA, RN). Students will rank their first and second choice.4.Teachers will enter student information into the Google Doc registration tool.5.The following information should be entered for each student: • First and last name • Grade • First and second career choice • Gender • Race • Age • Any specific dietary needs for lunch (if applicable)
    5. 5. Health PathwaysA TCOE Project to unify health career pathways in Tulare County • Introduce the Health Care academy, pathway and/or ROP programs in Tulare-Kings County Schools • Establish and solidify relationships between health care employers and school programs • Inform schools on employer needs and reality of working in the Industry • Identify health career learning opportunities • Identify county-wide long term goals for career pathway development • Develop 3 -5 year strategy for industry-school partnership based on identified outcomes
    6. 6. Healthy Pathways Meeting Series1. Career Pathways in TC 2. LMI & Employers in TC 3. Strategy Discussion 4. Implementation Introduction to We will go over During the third How will this work? Career Pathway Health Care Labor meeting we will do We will recap the Programs around Market information a re-cap of the strategy and decide Tulare County. and employers will Career Day and get how to make it most Meeting Minutes present information feedback on the effective and useful can be found at about their event. Additionally in Tulare County. www.tularewib.org organizations and we will begin to •Presentation workforce needs. shape county wide career pathways We will also discuss strategy for •Overview of HS the affect the ACA enhancing career Career Pathways in will have on the labor pathway programs TC market. in the county. Your own footer Your Logo
    7. 7. Employer Presentations:Family Health Care NetworkKaweah Delta Health Care DistrictSierra View District Hospital
    8. 8. Health Care Workforce Outlook Labor Market Information
    9. 9. Estimated Top Health Care Occupations 2011-2020 Ranked by Percent Increase Total  Annual   Description 2011 Jobs 2020 Jobs % Change Annual Openings Openings SOC Code Description 2011 Jobs 2020 Jobs % Change Openings Openings 1 Physician assistants 29-1024 Prosthodontists 937 <10 <10 1,333 -- +42% -- 549 61 29-1071 Physician assistants 937 1,333 42% 549 61 Emergency medical technicians and technicians and 1,739 29-2041 Emergency medical 2,380 37% 974 108 2 paramedics 1,739 2,380 +37% 974 108 paramedics 29-2055 29-2052 Surgical technologists Pharmacy technicians 800 3,123 1,094 4,252 37% 36% 476 1,838 53 204 31-1011 Home health aides 7,098 9,587 35% 3,125 347 3 Surgical technologists 29-1124 Radiation therapists and technicians, 800 Healthcare technologists 154 206 1,094 34% 77 +37% 9 476 53 29-2099 1,027 1,367 33% 529 59 4 Pharmacy technicians 31-2022 all other therapist aides Physical 3,123 542 715 4,252 32% 244 +36% 27 1,838 204 29-9091 Athletic trainers 82 108 32% 51 6 5 Home health aides 31-9092 Medical assistants and laboratory 7,098 Veterinary assistants 8,497 11,139 9,587 31% 3,494 +35% 388 3,125 347 31-9096 625 817 31% 254 28 6 Radiation therapists 29-1111 animal caretakers Registered nurses 154 19,976 25,718 206 29% 8,883 +34% 987 77 9 Cardiovascular technologists and Healthcare technologists and technicians, 29-2031 technicians 315 405 29% 131 15 7 29-1126 Respiratory therapists 1,027 1,213 1,555 1,367 28% 540 +33% 60 529 59 all other 29-1131 31-2021 Veterinarians Physical therapist assistants 651 364 834 466 28% 28% 286 149 32 17 8 Physical therapist aides 29-2021 29-2071 Medical records and health information 542 Dental hygienists 1,355 1,266 1,705 1,599 715 26% 26% 601 566 +32% 67 63 244 27 technicians 9 Athletic trainers 29-1123 29-2051 Physical therapists Dietetic technicians 82 1,391 504 1,753 634 108 26% 26% 513 244 +32% 57 27 51 6 10 Medical assistants 31-9091 29-1051 Dental assistants Pharmacists 8,497 4,017 2,390 5,020 2,998 11,139 25% 25% 1,688 1,086 +31% 188 121 3,494 388 11 Registered nurses 29-2012 19,976 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 1,008 1,261 25,718 25% 425 +29% 47 8,883 987 Cardiovascular technologists and Your own footer Your Logo 12 315 405 +29% 131 15 technicians
    10. 10. Estimated Top Health Care Occupations Cont’d 2011-2020 Ranked by Percent Increase Total  Annual  Description 2011 Jobs 2020 Jobs % Change Annual Openings Openings SOC Code Description 2011 Jobs 2020 Jobs % Change Openings Openings13 Respiratory Therapists 29-1024 Prosthodontists 29-1071 Physician assistants 1,213 <10 937 <10 1,333 1,555 -- 42% 549 +28% -- 61 540 6014 Veterinarians 29-2041 Emergency medical technicians and paramedics 651 1,739 2,380 834 37% 974 +28% 108 286 32 29-2055 Surgical technologists 800 1,094 37% 476 5315 Physical Therapist Assistants Pharmacy technicians 29-2052 31-1011 Home health aides 364 3,123 7,098 4,252 9,587 466 36% 35% 1,838 3,125 +28% 204 347 149 17 29-1124 Radiation therapists 154 206 34% 77 916 Dental Hygienists 29-2099 1,355 Healthcare technologists and technicians, 1,027 1,367 1,705 33% 529 +26% 59 601 67 all other Medical Records and Health Information 31-2022 Physical therapist aides 542 715 32% 244 2717 29-9091 Athletic trainers 1,266 82 108 1,599 32% 51 +26% 6 566 63 Technicians 31-9092 Medical assistants 8,497 11,139 31% 3,494 388 Veterinary assistants and laboratory 31-9096 625 817 31% 254 28 animal caretakers18 Physical Therapists 29-2031 Cardiovascular technologists and 1,391 29-1111 Registered nurses 19,976 315 25,718 405 1,753 29% 29% 8,883 131 +26% 987 15 513 57 technicians19 Dietetic Technicians 29-1126 Respiratory therapists 29-1131 Veterinarians 504 1,213 651 1,555 834 634 28% 28% 540 286 +26% 60 32 244 2720 Dental Assistants 31-2021 29-2021 Physical therapist assistants Dental hygienists 4,017 364 1,355 466 1,705 5,020 28% 26% 149 601 +25% 17 67 1,688 188 Medical records and health information21 Pharmacists 29-2071 29-1123 technicians Physical therapists 2,390 1,266 1,391 1,599 1,753 2,998 26% 26% 566 513 +25% 63 57 1,086 12122 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians 1,008 29-2051 31-9091 Dietetic technicians Dental assistants 504 4,017 634 5,020 1,261 26% 25% 244 1,688 +25% 27 188 425 47 29-1051 Pharmacists 2,390 2,998 25% 1,086 12123 Occupational therapist29-2012 Medical and clinical laboratory technicians140 assistants 1,008 1,261 175 25% 425 +25% 47 54 624 Occupational therapist aides Your own footer 79 99 +25% 30Your Logo 325 Healthcare support workers, all other 2,211 2,732 +24% 743 83
    11. 11. Estimated Top Health Care Ocupations2011-2020 Ranked by Annual Openings
    12. 12. Regional CompletionsHealth Care Training Programs Ratio of Supply v. Demand
    13. 13. Outliers from Completion Data Medical Assistants: Over 4,000 completions annually with only 500 annual job 1 openings. Audiologists: 48 completions annually, 4 openings. The disconnect is probably 2 from there being 2 audiology programs in the Central Valley accounting for 15% of graduates and only 7% of employed audiologists in the state. Clinical Laboratory Scientists: There are several academic programs that can 3 lead to this occupation in the region but there is still a shortage of this occupation. This may be a marketing problem or a shortage of degrees completed. Psych Techs: There are 239 regional completions and only 39 annual openings 4 according to the LMI. Is this accurate? The annual openings predictions are likely not taking into account new facilities that are being built in the north valley. EMT: The database shows 1 annual completion but there are several training 5 programs for EMTs.
    14. 14. The Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act (PPACA) What does it mean for the workforce? "Administrative positions" includes management, business, and financial operations and office and administrative support (including med record & Health IT)). "Health care professionals" includes physicians & nurses. "Patient care support" includes therapists, technicians, & aides. "All other non-administrative positions" includes all other occupations outside the administrative categories, primarily food service, security, and janitorial personnel. Data from a Rand Corporation research brief based on Staiger DO, Auerbach DI, and Buerhaus PI, "Health Care Reform and the Health Care Workforce — The Massachusetts Experience," New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 365, No. 12, pp. e24(1)–e24(3), September 22, 2011 (EP-201100-185).
    15. 15. Conclusions from the LMI and PPACAWhat is it showing? What is unknown or missing?Too Many Medical Assistants being trained There are a lot more assistants being trained than are getting hired. The One Stop staff have noticed this on the ground with clients who have trouble The data offers an finding jobs. incomplete picture but it Chronic shortages may not stand out does offer a good starting point. From 2 The data model is based on past trends of actual here a local employment. As a result, chronic shortages such as Occupational Therapist or Physicians may not conversation can begin stand out if the demand has never fully been met. about the real time regional and local The Impact of the Affordable Care Act demand. 3 Again, the data model is based on past trends, not on future unknowns. A clear example is the predicted increase for physicians. Workforce analysis for the act predict that areas of high uninsured populations will see a more significant increase in demand for health services.
    16. 16. Healthy Pathways
    17. 17. The Problem StatementWhy are we here? How can we make an impact? • There is a lack of professional level health care workers in the region that require MA or Doctorate level studies – Shortage of MDs, PA, Pharmacists, OT/PTs, NP, specialty nurses, Medical Lab Scientist • Supply for “first rung” careers exceeds demand. – Need to elevate the skill level of the workforce as a whole. • Lack of communication framework between secondary schools, post-secondary schools and employers – No real time/real world labor market information – Little connection between HS students and employers (an everyone in-between) • Limited resources in region to support career pathway programs and work based learning. This is what this project can most easily impact
    18. 18. Problem: No real time, real world labor market information Soution: Feedback Loop Patient Students Needs High HC Schools Providers Post- New Hires Secondary Schools
    19. 19. Problem: Little ConnectionSolution: Connect key stakeholders! • Annual Career Conference and Doc Band • Work Based Learning • Quarterly Stakeholder meetings • Information sharing – Tulare WIB website – Other
    20. 20. Problem: Limited ResourcesSolution: Building a Foundation • Have ready and waiting partnerships and information sharing structure to better be able to take advantage of funding and other resource opportunities as they come along. – For Example the WIB’s Promotores Grant
    21. 21. Next Meeting Healthy Pathways at 8:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Wednesday May 9 Meeting Series1. Career Pathways in TC 2. LMI & Employers in TC 3. Strategy Discussion 4. Implementation Introduction to We will go over During the third How will this work? Career Pathway Health Care Labor meeting we will do We will recap the Programs around Market information a re-cap of the strategy and decide Tulare County. and employers will Career Day and get how to make it most Meeting Minutes present information feedback on the effective and useful can be found at about their event. Additionally in Tulare County. www.tularewib.org organizations and we will begin to •Presentation workforce needs. shape county wide career pathways We will also discuss strategy for •Overview of HS the affect the ACA enhancing career Career Pathways in will have on the labor pathway programs TC market. in the county. Your own footer Your Logo
    22. 22. THANK YOU!

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