The AHA released its 2021 Health Care Talent Scan examining the latest factors and trends affecting the health care workforce.

Based on reports and studies from leading organizations and researchers, “the scan provides workforce insights hospitals and health systems can use during this time of uncertainty and continued transformation,” said Joy Lewis, AHA vice president of strategic policy planning.

Topics covered in the report include COVID-19, workforce shortages, team-based models, artificial intelligence and clinician well-being.

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