For Valley-area hospitals, clinics and nursing homes, a looming staff shortage has been on the radar for some time now, and health managers are taking steps to address it.

From financial incentives to partnerships with local colleges to career planning, Valley providers have programs in place to avoid a projected shortage of 44,500 nurses, 4,100 physicians and 600,000 home care workers in California by 2030, according to a report from the California Future Health Workforce Commission...

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