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Veterans Health Administration: Personnel Data Show Losses Increased for Clinical Occupations from Fiscal Year 2011 hrough 2015, Driven by Voluntary Resignations and Retirements
Veterans Health Administration: Personnel Data Show Losses Increased for Clinical Occupations from Fiscal Year 2011 hrough 2015, Driven by Voluntary Resignations and Retirements
 

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By Debra A. Draber (au)
Year: 2016
Pages: 49
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-6358-5

Product Code: 1457863588

Description
 
The Department of Veterans Affairsńˇ╗ (VA) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) provided health care to about 6.7 million veterans through its 167 VA medical centers (VAMC) and more than 1,000 outpatient facilities in FY 2015. VHA has faced a growing demand for its health care services, a trend that is expected to continue. In 2015, VHA had about 195,900 clinical employees in 45 types of occupations. VHA has implemented a number of targeted hiring initiatives, yet there are concerns about VHAńˇ╗s ability to have the appropriate clinical clinical workforce to meet the current and future needs of veterans. This report examines (1) how VHA collects and uses information on employeesńˇ╗ decisions to leave clinical occupations; and (2) what trends, if any, exist over the last 5 years in the number of, and reasons for, VHA employee losses from the five shortage occupations. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.

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