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Washington State Health Workforce Sentinel Network

Findings as reported by geographic regions

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Vacancies Demand Increase Demand Decrease Onboarding Training New Roles

 

Vacancies

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), has your facility type experienced exceptionally long vacancies for any open position? If yes, for which occupations and what are possible reasons why?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.

 


 

Demand Increase

 

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), did your facility type experience an increase in workforce demand for any occupations? What are possible reasons for this increase in demand?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.

 


 

Demand Decrease

 

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), did your facility type experience a decrease in workforce demand for any occupations? What are possible reasons for this decrease in demand?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.

 


 

Onboarding/Orientation

 

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), have there been changes to onboarding/orientation priorities for new employees for any occupations at your facility? If yes, what kinds of changes?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.

 


 

Training Priorities

 

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), have there been changes in the training priorities for your facility's existing workforce for any occupations? If yes, what occupations and what kinds of changes?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.

 


 

New Roles

 

Sentinels were asked: "Recently (in the past 3-4 months), has your facility type deployed its existing workforce in significantly new roles?"

  1. Click on the map to show data for the selected Accountable Community of Health. Ctrl/Cmd + Click to show multiple regions.
  2. Select the data collection period(s) and the number of occupations to show for each geographic region.
  3. Reasons: Click on an occupation (or Ctrl/Cmd + Click on multiple occupations). Move your cursor over the bars to see respondents' comments.
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