By Monica E. Oss Workforce-related issues are top of mind for most health and human service executives, and it is not a monolithic issue. There are shortages at every level. There are shortages of home care workers, mental health technicians and other direct care professionals (see Residential Care Will Need To Fill 1.2 Million Direct Care Jobs Over A Decade and Arizona Medicaid & Health Plans Launch Initiative To Build Long-Term Care Workforce). There are shortages of special education teachers, applied behavior analysts, physical therapists, and social workers (see High Turnover, The Other Staffing Issue, Three New Mexico Counties Had No Medicaid Behavioral Health…
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