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Pave Health Career Pathways to the Middle Class

About this Series

Across the country, health care employers are struggling to fill entry-level jobs—roles requiring minimal formal education, but that are critically important to delivering high-quality, cost-effective care. In some cases, there are not enough candidates. In others, the candidates are lacking key skills and competencies.

To address this disconnect, The Advisory Board Company and Hope Street Group partnered to launch the Health Careers Pathway Initiative, announced by the White House in April 2016. Advisory Board led a Task Force of 20 health systems, educational providers, and workforce development groups with the goal of identifying specific needs and best practices to improve health career pathways.

Get our walkthrough of the lessons and best practices identified by the Task Force in this two-part series. Access the full report and accompanying resources.

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Past Events In Series

How Health Care Employers Can Solve Two Entry-Level Career Pathway Challenges

Get strategies to solve two challenges employers face when trying to support entry-level health career pathways: a "traditional" (and limited) talent pool, and an unsustainable rate of turnover among entry-level staff.

8 Lessons for Building the Entry-Level Workforce of Tomorrow

Get the eight key lessons learned from progressive employers, community colleges, and workforce development groups that have made progress on aligning workforce planning and curriculum planning at a regional level.