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OPPORTUNITIES IN ALLIED HEALTHCARE

Starts Late Spring 2020

OUR MISSION

Futuro Health improves the health and wealth of communities by growing the largest network of credentialed allied healthcare workers in the nation.

We believe that investing in education and skills training and retraining results in better paying jobs for workers, better care for patients, and better workers for businesses to hire.

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WHAT ARE ALLIED HEALTH OCCUPATIONS?

There is a looming demand for approximately 500,000 new allied healthcare workers by 2024 in California alone, with an annual need of 65,000+ workers.

Our goal is to graduate 10,000 new licensed and/or credentialed allied healthcare workers by 2024 to meet this growing need for qualified medical assistants, licensed vocational nurses, medical coders, health information technicians and other healthcare workers.

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FAST FACTS

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OUR GRAYING & GROWING POPULATION

Will there be enough healthcare workers to care for them?

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ALLIED HEALTHCARE CAREERS

Are these workers in demand?

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SKILLING UP THE HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE

What are the obstacles for affordable and quality education?

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BETTER TALENT, BETTER JOBS

How do we create pathways to careers with good pay and benefits?

WHO WE SERVE

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STUDENTS & WORKERS

Your New Healthcare Career is Within Reach

Allied healthcare workers are in high demand. We’re here to show you how to get an affordable education that provides the right skills for the right career path.

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EMPLOYERS

Innovative Solutions to Workforce Shortages and Quality Care

Organizations that employ allied healthcare workers need new ways to address the skill shortage. We have the solution for finding the quality talent you need to stay competitive.

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WHAT'S NEW

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Kaiser Permanente and SEIU-UHW launch $130 million non-profit addressing California’s healthcare worker shortage. More

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This New York Times article reports that like climate change, the aging of America demands a serious rethinking of the way we live. The population of the prime caregiving age group, from 45 to 64, is expected to increase by only 1 percent before 2030, while the population over 80 will increase by 79 percent. More