Developing and training a health care workforce to meet the increased demand for services due to an increase in access from health reform, an aging population, and an increase in the prevalence of chronic illness is a challenge for Florida. Specifically, there are three key areas that will drive the conversion to the current system to a new one focused on primary care, disease prevention and care coordination for chronic illness.
The Florida Association of Community Health Centers places a strong emphasis on developing and overseeing workforce development initiatives to increase the effectiveness of health professional recruitment and retention programs for our member health centers. Our top priority, and the primary focus of our efforts is assisting community health centers in recruiting and retaining highly qualified health care professionals to serve the needs of the diverse and medically vulnerable population of Florida.
Connecting healthcare professionals to careers in healthcare is critical to all Floridians. To accomplish this objective FACHC is developing initiatives designed to:
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