By Monica E. Oss For organizations delivering health and human services, there is the often-discussed behavioral health workforce shortage. Health plan managers are continuously looking for expanded capacity for psychiatric services. Provider organization executives often have recruiting and retention at the top of their list of strategic issues. The subject of clinical capacity and consumer access to care are the subject of a wide range of recent studies and reporting. A new study found that by 2028, California will have 41% fewer psychiatrists than are needed to meet demand (see California Faces Major Shortage Of Behavioral Health Professionals). A state-level analysis showed that Nebraska…
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