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Note: Survey data from the third cohort of CCC students only (see Notes below for more information)
|Workforce Development Program Students||Type of Employment||Survey||Percent Employed|
|Community College Consortia||Any Employment||Baseline Survey||70%|
|Employment in Health IT or have Health IT Responsibilities||Baseline Survey||32%|
|University-Based Training||Any Employment||Baseline Survey||64%|
|Employment in Health IT or have Health IT Responsibilities||Baseline Survey||35%|
Community College Consortia Program: Of the 19,733 students trained by the Community College Consortia Program, 74 percent were employed in any employment 6 months after program completion; moreover, 68 percent were employed in a health IT job or had health IT related responsibilities.
University-Based Training Program: Of the 1,704 students trained by the University-Based Training Program, 89 percent were employed in any employment 6 months after program completion; moreover, 64 percent were employed in a health IT job or had health IT related responsibilities.
For more information, please read the Workforce Development Programs Final Evaluation Report, completed by NORC of the University of Chicago.
For a quick summary of Workforce Programs results, check out this Workforce InfoGraphic.
Final Evaluation of the Workforce Development Programs conducted by NORC of the University of Chicago. For more information on the evaluation and its methods, please see the Final Report.
 The Baseline Survey was conducted as students completed the program. The Follow-up Survey was conducted 6 months later.
 Survey data of CCC students in health IT employment or employed in a job with health IT responsibilities 6 months after program completion is for the third cohort of CCC students only. The first two cohorts asked students whether they were employed in health IT. The third cohort had a follow-up question asking students that answered 'no' to health IT employment, whether they had health IT responsibilities.
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. 'HITECH Workforce Development Programs Student Employment after Program Completion,' Health IT Quick-Stat #21. dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/FIG-Students-Employed-after-Program-Completion.php. March 2014.