Care Management Inventory
In 2014, the Care Models and Care Management (CMCM) Work Group designed and fielded a survey to various organizations engaged in care management, to provide insight into the current landscape of care management activities in Vermont. The survey aims to better understand State specific staffing levels and types of personnel engaged in care management, in addition to the populations being served. The project is complete as of February 2016.
Demand Data Collection and Analysis
A “micro-simulation” demand model will use Vermont-specific data to identify future workforce needs for the State by inputting various assumptions about care delivery in a high-performing health care system. The selected vendor for this work will create a demand model that identifies ideal workforce needs for Vermont in the future, under various scenarios and parameters.
Supply Data Collection and Analysis
The Office of Professional Regulation and Vermont Department of Health (VDH) work in tandem to assess current and future supply of providers in the state’s health care workforce for health care work force planning purposes, through collection of licensure and relicensure data and the administration of surveys to providers during the licensure/relicensure process. Surveys include key demographic information for providers, and are used for workforce supply assessment and predicting supply trends, as well as informing future iterations of Vermont’s Health Care Workforce Strategic Plan.