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Cont;ent;s Executive Summary ~ What Does "Allied Health" Mean? 2 Approaches to Measuring Demand and Supply 3 Forces and Trends in Personnel Demand and Supply 4 Demand and Supply in 10 Allied Health Fields ........ The Role of Educational Policy in Influencing Supply 6 The Health Care Employer's Perspective ................ 7 Licensure and Other Mechanisms for Regulating Allied Health Personnel ...................................... ~ Allied Health Personnel and Long-Term Care APPENDIXES A. Congressional Mandate ............................. B. Participants in Workshops and Public Meetings C. A Sample of Allied Health Job Titles and a Classification of Instructional Programs in Allied Health .............................................. ~ X111 .......... 1 15 .. 44 63 ............ 96 159 206 235 259 ...283 ..285 ........ 291

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%1V a. Eshm~t~s of tab (currant Supply of r~rsonn~1 in 1( Allied Health Fields ~ g 6 m ....... [. Minnesota Sunrise Provisions ............ ~ lO G. National Commission far fib Caroming Agency' Criers far Approval of Caroming Agencies ... H. Source Hateria1 Index .... .. . .. . . . ... .. ...... .... ~~) 32g . . . 00 1 . ~ . .

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Ai tied HEALTH Services

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