Center for Workforce Studies
The mission of the Center for Workforce Studies is to conduct and disseminate research that informs health workforce policy and compels the nation toward the right mix of physicians, with the right skills and training, in the right places.
12th Annual Health Workforce Research Conference
Registration will open soon for the 12th Annual AAMC Health Workforce Research Conference, which will be held May 5-6, 2016, in Chicago, IL. The theme this year is: Getting to the Workforce We Need. The conference will feature a keynote speech by Vivian Lee, M.D., Ph.D., M.B.A., University of Utah Senior Vice President for Health Sciences, Dean of the School of Medicine, and CEO, University of Utah Health Care.
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Featured Data and Reports
Published biennially, this Center for Workforce Studies report provides state-specific data about active physicians and physicians in training. A series of figures, tables, and maps provide detailed statistics on active physicians, medical and osteopathic students, and residents and fellows.
Looking for a summary of your state's workforce data? Click here for a list of state profiles.
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This report presents projections of medical school first-year enrollment through 2025 as well as other enrollment-related data using results from the fall 2014 Survey of Medical School Enrollment Plans.
This study, conducted by IHS Inc. on behalf of the AAMC, presents workforce projections that reflect the potential impact of a variety of health care delivery and policy scenarios, including the rapid growth in non-physician clinicians and new payment and delivery models such as patient-centered medical homes.
It is the first comprehensive national analysis that takes into account both demographics and recent changes to care delivery and payment methods.
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Published biennially, this Center for Workforce Studies report provides the most current data available about the active physicians and physicians in training. A series of figures and tables provide detailed statistics on active U.S. physicians and physicians in residency and fellowship programs, who are in the 41 largest specialty groups.
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Upcoming Presentations & Events
12th Annual Health Workforce Conference, May 5-6, 2016
Registration opening soon!