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Healthcare Staff shortages in America
The American healthcare labor market is about to collapse, the market is in need of all professionals in the healthcare over the next 10 years as the world continiues to grapple with covid-19 pandemic, according Healthcare Labor Market Analysis.
- There will a shortage of labor low end of the wage level, limiting home healthcare buisness. They will be needing an additonal 1 million CNA, PCA, and Homehealth Aide
- Primary Care will be increasing provided by non physicians such as Nurse Practitioner, Medical, Physician Assistants, DO (Osteophatic Schooling)
- There will be shortages of nurses in the majority of the states especially in the northern part, but may in excess in southern part of the United States.
- There also be an increase in demand for mental health prfoessionals.
Healthcare Staffing Shortage Statistics
An Analysis provided by Department of Labor Market Data found that there will critical shortage of 3.2 million healthcare workers by 2026. Healthcare Staff turnover caused by COVID-19 pressures has increased from 20 percent to 32 percent for some hospital departments. They are alleviating this healthcare staffing shortages by hiring travel nurses and hiring international nurses. Non profit hospitals, especially the lower rating hospitals will continue to have these healthcare staffing shortage issues due to their limited financial capacity. The labor expense is the most expensive expense of hospitals and long termcare facilitites.
Healthcare Automation Alleviate Healthcare Staffing Crisis?
Automations is implemented in all industries, from manufacturing to research. Automation is found in many areas of the healthcare industry. The future is here, and we can not ignore automation. Artificial Intelligence is here to stay and the future. Its changing the dynamics for the better. Delivering high quality cares by automation turns into high patient satisfaction and experience. Automating the front end and the back end of patient access to records and the type of treatment and cares to reduce bottle necks thus reducing staff.