PARC Research Associates Molly Candon, Guy David and co-authors authored a new paper in Medical Care Research and Review, "The Role of Schedule Volatility in Home Health Nursing Turnover." This study uses novel data from one of the largest home health care organizations in the United States, providing the first estimate of the average annual separation rate of home health nurses based on administrative data. Read the LDI Blog Post "Smarter Scheduling in Home Health Care: Can It Reduce Nursing Turnover?" by Molly Candon to learn more.
Molly Candon and co-author Melissa Ostroff recently wrote two posts on the LDI Policy$ense blog. Read the first blog post Fast-tracking Behavioral Health Care and second one Beyond Physicians: Interdisciplinary Teams in Integrated Care.
Research Assistant Professor of Psychiatry
Ph.D., Economics, University of Georgia, 2015