The Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) has released the first report from its Healthcare Workforce Initiative.
This report focuses on assessing non-physician job demand in Hawaii. A survey from the last quarter of 2018 through the first quarter of 2019, found more than 2,200 openings among 76 non-physician health care jobs—about a 10% vacancy rate. Medical assistants, nurse aids, registered specialty nurses, patient service representatives and phlebotomists are among the professional who are most in demand. To read the full report and additional indicators about Hawaii’s physician and non-physician workforce visit HawaiiHealthMatters.org.