HPSA


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HPSA

(Health Professional Shortage Area) See healthcare IT.
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The variables for spatial access to primary care physicians (both kernel and E2SFCA), HPSA designation, and distance from HealthLNK hospital were nonsignificant in all regression models conducted.
a) HPSA LR group (N:54) Total Endoscopic diagnosis Negative N (%) Positive N (%) N (%) Non-ulcer dyspepsia 28 (82.
157) In Louisiana there were approximately 3,500 licensed APRNs, and most of the state's designated HPSAs contained practicing APRNs.
Awards to physicians for a three year commitment will vary with the minimum award being $40,000 and the maximum award being $70,000 depending upon the degree of severity of the HPSA.
Currently, the HPSA data is based on the Census tracts, which do not match with the ZIP code areas, making it difficult to combine with the patient care workforce data with HPSAs without the alignment with the ZIP code.
A variety of federal and state programs use HPSA and MUP designations to target resources.
The majority of Nashville teens giving birth reside within the MUA and/or HPSA geographic areas served.
Over 7,370 primary care practitioners are needed in order to remove the HPSA designation.
Granting HPSA status is the Health and Human Resource's first step to increase physician supply of high primary provider demand areas.
The NHSC Scholarship Program provides up-front scholarships for individuals who commit to serving between two and four years in a community-based site in a high-need HPSA.
Mental health/counseling was identified as a second priority area due to the lack of mental health resources in the county (Stafford County is a HPSA for both dentists and mental health).