Much of his work focuses on health workforce supply modeling–analyzing data on retirement patterns, hours worked patterns, and geographic mobility and practice location choice. Recent workforce modeling projects include studying the physician workforce for the American Association of Medical Colleges, nursing, primary care, oral health, behavioral health, and allied health occupations for the United States government, as well as various occupations for the state governments of Florida, Texas, and Maryland. Prior to joining GlobalData, his professional experience included managing a study on the primary care physician workforce in Louisiana for Louisiana State University and researching the Louisiana workforce as a Labor Market Information analyst with the Louisiana Workforce Commission. Mr. Reynolds completed his Master of Arts degree in applied economics at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and his Bachelor of Arts degree in economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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