PHI

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AcronymDefinition
PHIProtected Health Information (HIPAA Administrative Simplification Provision)
PHIPhilosophy
PHIPersonal Health Information
PHIPatient Health Information
PHIPrivate Health Insurance
PHIPublic Health Institute
PHIPepco Holdings, Inc. (Newark, DE)
PHIPrograma Hidrológico Internacional (Spanish: International Hydrological Program)
PHIParaprofessional Healthcare Institute
PHIPre-Harvest Interval (pesticide use)
PHIPhysical Electronics
PHIPublic Health Investigation (various locations)
PHIPermanent Health Insurance
PHIPublic Health Informatics
PHIPost-Polio Health International
PHIPackard Humanities Institute
PHIPiedmont Heart Institute (Atlanta, GA)
PHIPetroleum Helicopters Inc
PHIPublic Health Inspector (Canada)
PHIPublic Humanities Initiative (University of California, Santa Barbara)
PHIPublic Health Intelligence
PHIPlatform High
PHIPopulation Health Impact
PHIPersonal History Interview (life/health underwriting)
PHIProvincial Homelessness Initiative (British Columbia, Canada)
PHIPharmacie Humanitaire Internationale (French: Humanitarian International Pharmacy)
PHIPacket Handler Interface
PHIpre-harvest inspection (timber harvesting)
PHIPhotonic Hit Indicator
PHIPrecision Hardware, Inc. (manufacturers of exit hardware)
PHIProcess Hat Industries, PLLC (consulting engineers)
PHIPineiro, Brazil (Airport Code)
PHIPhosphoexose Isomerase
PHIPorter Hetu International
PHIPacific Health Information Network
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Description: This general purposes grant will impact more than 120,000 workers through Paraprofessional Healthcare Institutes direct practice, and many more broadly through its national policy research and advocacy efforts.
Wilner is Director of Health Policy, Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute, and works in collaboration with consumer, worker, and high quality provider agencies to educate state and federal policymakers about "the labor impact of healthcare policy." She also develops advanced educational programs for the home health aides in the Cooperative network.
Perhaps most importantly, it enables a CCRC to further tap into the ever-burgeoning direct-care market which, according to the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI), is expected to be the nation's largest workforce at five million workers by 2020.
The Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI), Bronx, N.Y., a group that says it speaks for LTC facility workers and home health care workers, notes that about 25% of the country's LTC workers have no health coverage of their own.
Mary Ann Wilner is director of health policy for the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) in the Bronx, New York, and head of the Direct Care Alliance, a group of individuals and organizations that came together late last year to improve the quality of care in long term care by creating better working conditions for direct-care workers.
"Most important is for HCFA to see how its policies are already touching on direct care workers," says Mary Ann Wilner, director of health policy for the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute, a founding member of the alliance.
Created as part of two federally funded projects aimed at helping providers recruit and retain qualified direct-care workers, the database is a collaboration between two nonprofit organizations: the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI), a national healthcare employment and advocacy organization based in the South Bronx, New York, and the Institute for the Future of Aging Services (IFAS), a policy research center within the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (AAHSA).
The Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) reported that one million new CNAs will be needed by the end of the decade to fill LTC vacancies and new positions.
A database of model programs is one of the latest efforts by the Institute for the Future of Aging Services and the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute to help facilities address their critical worker shortages.
The Institute for the Future of Aging Services, housed within AAHSA, will manage the program, with the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute providing technical assistance to grantees.
Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI), a nonprofit organization that provides national consulting services in healthcare employment and policy reform, is developing approaches for retaining direct-care workers and improving the lives of long-term care residents.
The following are recommendations for improvement from the Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI), published as an appendix to the report.