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Creating engaged employees and investing in new technologies are two strategies that can help address health care worker shortages, a new report finds.

The report, “Top Workforce Trends Impacting the Health Care Industry in 2020,” was released by software company Achievers, and looks at one of the most pressing problems for the industry-worker shortages. According to the Achievers analysis, the health care industry faces a “staggering talent deficit.”

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