Physician Workforce

 

Recent Submissions

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  • The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (2016-11)
    Based on their extensive training, physicians are positioned as leaders within the health system. Therefore, information on the supply and distribution of Indiana’s physician workforce is critical to informing any health ...
  • Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy (2016-05)
    The Bowen Center for Health Workforce Research and Policy, formerly called the Bowen Research Center, has a rich history of collecting, analyzing, and disseminating health workforce data and research for the State of ...
  • Lewis, Cynthia K.; Sheff, Zachary T.; Allen, Deborah I.; Zollinger, Terrell W. (2013-01)
    A total of 23,026 physician licenses were issue d or renewed in 2011. Nearly all of these licenses were renewed electronically (21,400) and given the opportunity to respond to a brief survey. The survey received a 90.7 ...
  • Zollinger, Terrell W.; Kochhar, Komal; Coffing, Jessica M.; Canada, Meredith L. (2010-12)
    Since 1997, licenses were renewed by mail and a paper questionnaire was included with the physician license renewal form. Beginning in 2003, Indiana Professional Licensing Agency (IPLA) began on-line license renewals. Since ...
  • Allen, Deborah I.; Zollinger, Terrell W.; Kochhar, Komal; Reger, Michael K.; Chowdhury, Shabnam (2009-04)
    A variety of survey methods have been used since the 1970’s to learn more about the physician supply and distribution in the state of Indiana. Since 1997, a voluntary survey instrument has been attached to the physician ...
  • Sheff, Zachary T.; Nowak, Callie L.; Maxey, Hannah L.; Kelley, Tracie M. (2014-11)
    Indiana’s physician workforce is comprised of many skilled health care providers that work in a range of settings and specialties. Information on the supply and distribution of this workforce are critical to Indiana’s ...
  • Norwood, Connor W.; Maxey, Hannah L.; Kelley, Tracie M. (2015-02)
    The healthcare workforce represents the intersection of medical science, health care delivery, and patient health. Therefore ensuring an adequate supply of this workforce is critical to ensuring access to health care ...