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An Innovative Program in the Science of Health Care Delivery: Workforce Diversity in the Business of Health.

  title={An Innovative Program in the Science of Health Care Delivery: Workforce Diversity in the Business of Health.},
  author={Alison C. Essary and Nathaniel L. Wade},
  journal={Journal of allied health},
  volume={45 2},
According to the most recent statistics from the National Center for Education Statistics, disparities in enrollment in undergraduate and graduate education are significant and not improving commensurate with the national population. Similarly, only 12% of graduating medical students and 13% of graduating physician assistant students are from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. Established in 2012 to promote health care transformation at the organization and system levels, the School for… 
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