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Other Types of Staff: Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy, Physical Therapists

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Laboratory Staff: Wage Survey

The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) reports wage data for medical technologists, medical laboratory technicians, phlebotomists, histotechnicians, histotechnologists and cytotechnologists. Wage data for supervisor and management positions also included. Data from 2015; hospital, clinic, physician offices, reference laboratories covered by the survey; over 16,000 responses; published in American Journal of Clinical Pathology, April 2017

Pharmacy Staffing Survey 2013 (ASHP pdf)

Results of survey by American Society of Health-System Pharmacist (ASHP) found vacancy rates for pharmacists (2.1%, an 11-year low) and pharmacy technicians (4.2%), with average time to fill positions of 3.2 months and 1.9 months respectively. Turnover rates and staffing levels shown by bed size; 7 pages

Pharmacy Supply and Demand Projections to 2025

Federal HRSA Health Workforce projections from the National Center for Health Workforce Analysis expects an excess supply of pharmacists of nearly 49,000 (16% overage) from 2012 to 2025. Published 2012

Radiologic Sciences Staffing Survey 2015 (pdf)

The American Society of Radiologic Technologists conducted this survey of top radiology department managers (May 2015) to identify staffing levels and workloads. Results broken out for individual services such as CT, MRI, mammography, nuclear medicine, cardiovascular interventional technology and sonography. Only an estimated 8% response rate, but interesting findings

Radiology Techs: ASRT Wage and Salary Survey 2013 and 2016

Survey in 2013 by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists identifies average salary of $62,736 nationally. Ranges shown by state from West Virginia (average $51,607) to California ($84,162), and by work setting and position (radiology tech, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, mammography, cardiovascular/interventional technology, sonographer, CT, MRI, etc.) Nearly 11,000 respondents. Report is 30 pages. Survey for 2016 is available for a fee.

Wages for occupations in health care (BLS)

The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows average salary / wages for hospital RNs ($72,210/yr), and other healthcare employees. Scroll to Table, and sort by Employment to see the largest categories. Average salary for Physicians and Dentists also listed. National employment data for 2016 updated March 2017

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WI Healthcare Workforce Report 2015

Wisconsin Hospital Association 16-page report shows hospital vacancy rates in 2014 for therapists (PT, OT), CNAs (7.9%), LPNs (8.8%), Pharmacists, RNs (4.5%) Advanced Practice Nurses (9.7%) and others. Additional info about workforce age, and advanced practice providers - APNs, CRNAs, midwives, nurse practitioners, certified nurse specialists and physician assistants. Published December 2015

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