Health Care Almanac
The CHCF Almanac regularly publishes data and analysis on California's health care market.
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California's health care industry employed more than 1.3 million people in 2012. Five Almanac guides provide data on wages, education, and workplaces for selected health professions.
California's Clinical Laboratory Scientists and Technicians, 2014 (632 K)
California's Imaging Professionals, 2014 (591 K)
California's Physician Assistants, 2014 (719 K)
California's Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians, 2014 (702 K)
California's Health Diagnostic and Treatment Therapists, 2014 (734 K)
California's health care industry employed more than 1.3 million people in 2012. Among these workers, slightly more than 50% were employed in ambulatory settings, about 30% in hospitals, and 20% in nursing or residential care facilities. An aging population, population growth, and federal health reform will likely contribute to increased demand.
This series of Quick Reference Guides from the CHCF California Health Care Almanac examines specific segments of the state's health care workforce, focusing on pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, physician assistants, health diagnostic and treatment therapists, clinical laboratory scientists and technicians, and imaging professionals.
Among the trends:
The complete guides are available as Document Downloads.
California Nurses: Taking the Pulse
California Physicians: Surplus or Scarcity?