#402 CHHRN : Health Professions Regulation in the U.S.: What Are the Issues?

The event will start on: Jun 24, 01:00pm EDT
And will end on: Jun 24, 02:00pm EDT
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In the U.S., the primary responsibility for health professionals regulation falls to states. There is concern that this approach is not well-suited to respond to the workforce challenges faced in a health care delivery system that is undergoing rapid transformation.

Dr. Moore will describe the aspects of health professions regulation that constrain effective and efficient use of the health workforce and offer recommendations to strengthen scope of practice decision-making.

Ms. Dower will describe the California Health Workforce Pilot Projects Program, a unique approach used by that state to test proposed changes to scope of practice.

Who Should Attend?
This series is targeted to those interested in topics related to Health Human Resources including:

  • Researchers
  • Decision-Makers
  • Regulated Health Professionals
  • Professional Colleges and Associations

Advisors on Tap: 

JeanMooreJean Moore, DrPH, MSN
Director, 
New York Center for Health Workforce Studies
She has over 30 years of experience in health workforce research, program administration, and policy development. Her research at the Center focuses on a wide array of health professions as well as health professions education and regulation.

C DowerCatherine Dower, JD,
Health Policy Consultant
She is a health policy and law consultant whose research and publications have focused on health professions’ education, workforce supply and distribution, and successful adoption of innovative practice models. She has considerable experience and expertise on health professions’ legal scopes of practice and the role that regulation plays in advancing or hindering the delivery or health care.

 

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