COVID-19 Continues to Intensify Long-Standing Nursing and Staffing Shortages (Long-Term Care Workforce 2022)
Providers, as well as state and federal policy makers are grappling with rapid innovations to restore adequate staff during the pandemic and beyond.
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Relief from Racial Disparities in Medical Debt and Medical Financial Insecurity Add to the Reasons to Restructure Low-Wage “Essential” Health Care Jobs March 4, 2022 Carol B. Davis, PhD, MBA
December 2021 $15 Minimum Wage Would Raise the Wage for One Third of the Home Health Aide Workforce by 2025, but the average worker would still earn below a Living Wage in nearly every state.