This tool provides a visualization of the concepts in "Strengthening the Entry-Level Health Care Workforce: Finding a Path" which review evidence on promising strategies, strengthen and expand the entry-level health care workforce, and identify potential opportunities for stakeholders to consider.

This visualization tool is designed to accompany the report "Strengthening the Entry-Level Health Care Workforce: Finding a Path" by Shira H. Fischer, Ryan K. McBain, Laura J. Faherty, Jessica L. Sousa, Vishnupriya Kareddy, Allyson D. Gittens, and Grant R. Martsolf. The tool has been published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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