An Overview of Home Health Aides: United States, 2007
Presents national estimates of home health aides providing assistance in activities of daily living and employed by agencies providing home health and hospice care in 2007. Data are presented on demographics, training, work environment, pay and benefits, use of public benefits, and injuries. Includes data for metropolitan, micropolitan, and nonmetro areas.
Anita Bercovitz, Abigail Moss, Manisha Sengupta, et al.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Health aides and assistants · Health workforce supply and demand · Home health · Injuries · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data