• Michigan Healthcare Workforce Center

    The Michigan Healthcare Workforce Center (MHWC) is an informational resource initiative designed to gather, review and disseminate information on healthcare workforce related issues. The Center serves as a clearinghouse for information and data regarding healthcare workforce development at the state and national level. The Center is also designed to assist individuals and agencies in their efforts to address current and anticipated workforce shortages.

    Survey of Advanced practice nurses in Michigan The Michigan Center for Nursing published the 2013 survey of the advanced practice nurses in Michigan. Select the link above to review the survey report.

    A Profile of Michigan's Nurse Practitioner & Physician Assistant Workforce 2010
    Select the link above to review the report prepared by the Michigan Health Council.

    The AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) has released the 2013 State Physician Workforce Data Book. See the Resources/Publications link to view the report.

    For information about the Patient Centered Medical Home initiative, select the Professional Practice Activities category button on the left side of the page.
Our Purpose
  • The Michigan Healthcare Workforce Center will:
    • Serve as a clearinghouse for workforce data
    • Convene and/or participate with groups to address workforce issues
    • Conduct research and publish papers on workforce related issues