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Health Reform Facts 1: Workforce Development and Training Opportunities for Direct-Care Workers

June 1, 2010

This fact sheet describes numerous ways that the 2010 health reform law may have a positive impact on the direct care workforce. It describes several new workforce commissions, federal training grants, and workforce development programs that will be created as a result of health reform. The fact sheet is the first in a planned series, published by PHI, detailing health reform’s effect on the direct care workforce.

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Key Takeaways

The ACA establishes two workforce advisory committees.
The ACA establishes three training grants.
The ACA invests in workforce development in two significant ways.
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