2017 Community Health Worker Rapid Response Survey MT

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2017 Community Health Worker Rapid Response Survey MT
2017 Community Health Worker
Rapid Response Survey
MT Healthcare Workforce Advisory Council
April 3, 2017
Who responded
11 or 42%
10 or 38%
2 or 8%
2 or 8%
1 or 4%
Assorted non-profit
CAH
State agency
Tribal Health
Long term care
Do you currently employ a Community
Health Worker?
2017 32% - Yes
68% - No
2015 28% - Yes
73% - No
• A variety of job titles
• Varies from < 1 FTE to 7 FTE
• Employed from < 1 year to 10 years +
Likelihood for employing CHWs in the future
2017
2015
11%
Highly likely
7%
Somewhat likely
7%
Likely
7%
Somewhat unlikely
7%
Highly unlikely
36%
32%
Don’t know
28%
29%
Not applicable
12%
Qualifications-in rank order
9
6
5
4
4
3
3
3
2
Background check
HIPAA training
High school diploma or GED
Auto insurance
Currant vehicle registration
CPR training
Medical background
Awareness of community resources
Drug test
Services provided- in rank order
9
8
8
7
7
7
6
6
6
5
4
Underserved population
Promote preventive care
Help clients with paperwork
Transportation
Conduit for health care services
Education to clients on how to navigate and access health care
Nutrition education
Health promotion
Chronic disease management
Link uninsured to health care coverage
Conduit to health screenings
Populations served- in rank order
2015
2017
Elderly residents
Elderly residents
Rural residents
Rural residents
Low socio-economic households
Low socio-economic households
American Indians
American Indians
New mothers
Non-English speakers
Non-English speakers
New mothers
Some details:
• 60% of those that utilize CHWs provide CHW training
• $9.35 - $13.07 to $24.00 - $36.00/hour in 2017; $12 - $14/hour in 2015
• Federal $$$ provided the bulk of the funding in both 2015 and 2017
• 21 or 70% said YES for standardized CHW training (77% in 2015)
Questions?
Carol Bischoff
[email protected]
406-202-0318

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