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Holly Andrilla, MS
Research Scientist
Family Medicine Research Section
Phone: (206) 685-6680
e-mail: hollya@u.washington.edu


Biographical Information

C. Holly Andrilla, MS, Biostatistician and Research Scientist is the Centersí statistical consultant for all projects, is the lead analyst for many different health workforce-related projects, and has directed many surveys conducted by the Centers. Ms. Andrilla has been an analyst and biostatistical consultant for the Center since 1993. She is expert in managing large datasets; designing, performing and interpreting complex statistical analyses; and conducting survey research. Ms. Andrilla has had major analytic roles in workforce studies of physicians, physician assistants, dentists, dental hygienists, registered nurses, advanced practice nurses, and other groups. She has directed surveys of health care professionals and facilities, including a national survey of federally-funded health centers, a national survey of family practice residencies, a survey of dentists in 5 states, and surveys of Washington Stateís dental hygienists and nurse practitioners.


Current Projects

National survey of primary care providers practicing in rural areas, Study of rural prostate cancer patients treatment choices


Selected Publications

Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Patterson DG, Tieman L, Doescher MP. The licensed practical nurse workforce in the United States: one state's experience. Cah Sociol Demogr Med. Apr-Jun 2010;50(2):179-212.
Patterson DG, Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA. Data snapshots: Wyoming health care providers, 2009. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Sep-Oct 2009.
Patterson DG, Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Doescher MP. Workforce challenges in delivering health care to elderly and low-income populations in Wyoming: medical providers' acceptance of Medicaid and Medicare patients. Final Report #128. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Sep 2009.
Patterson DG, Skillman SM, Doescher MP, Andrilla CHA. Obstacles to providing high-quality patient care: findings from a survey of Wyoming's medical care providers. Final Report #131. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Aug 2009.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Alves-Dunkerson JA, Comenduley M, Yi J, Doescher MP. Washington State's oral health workforce. Final Report #130. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Nov 2009.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Patterson DG, Thomas A, Tieman L. Washington State licensed practical nurse supply and demand projections: 2007-2026. Final Report #129. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Aug 2009.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Kaplan L, Brown MA. Demographic, education, and practice characteristics of advanced registered nurse practitioners in Washington State: results of a 2008 survey. Final Report #124. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Apr 2009.
Andrilla CHA, Skillman SM, Tieman L. Demographic, education, and practice characteristics of licensed practical nurses in Washington State: results of a 2007 survey. Final Report #123. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Jan 2009.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Doescher MP, Robinson BJ. Wyoming primary care gaps and policy options. Final Report #122. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Dec 2008.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Tieman L, Doescher MP. Demographic, education, and practice characteristics of registered nurses in Washington State: results of a 2007 survey. Final Report #120. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Jun 2008.
Dresden GM, Baldwin LM, Andrilla CHA, Skillman SM, Benedetti TJ. Influence of obstetric practice on workload and practice patterns of family physicians and obstetrician-gynecologists. Ann Fam Med. Jan-Feb 2008;6(Suppl 1):S5-S11.
Andrilla CHA, Hart LG. Practice patterns and characteristics of dental hygienists in Washington State. Final Report #114. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Aug 2007.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Hart LG. Washington State registered nurse supply and demand projections: 2006-2025. Final Report #112. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Jun 2007.
Andrilla CHA, Hart LG, Kaplan L, Brown MA. Practice patterns and characteristics of nurse practitioners in Washington State. Working Paper #109. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington, Mar 2007.
Kaplan L, Brown MA, Andrilla H, Hart LG. The Washington State nurse anesthetist workforce: a case study. AANA J. Feb 2007;75(1):37-42.
Andrilla CHA, Hart LG. Results of the 2004 health center expansion and recruitment survey for health centers: analyses for Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho (WWAMI states). Seattle, WA: WWAMI Rural Health Research Center, University of Washington; Nov 2006.
Andrilla CHA, Hart LG. Evaluation of alternative Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) definitions in Washington State. Seattle, WA: WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; 2006.
Benedetti TJ, Baldwin LM, Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Bowditch E, Carr KC, Myers SJ. Professional liability issues and practice patterns of obstetrical providers in Washington State. Obstet Gynecol. Jun 2006;107(6):1238-1246.
Kaplan L, Brown MA, Andrilla H, Hart LG. Barriers to autonomous practice. Nurse Pract. 2006;31(1):57-63.
Skillman SM, Andrilla CHA, Phippen E, Hutson T, Bowditch E, Praseuth T. Washington State Hospitals: Results of 2005 Workforce Survey. Working Paper #104. Seattle, WA:WWAMI Center for Health Workforce Studies, University of Washington; Oct 2005.
Rosenblatt RA, Andrilla CHA. The impact of U.S. medical students' debt on their choice of primary care careers: an analysis of data from the 2002 medical school graduation questionnaire. Acad Med. Sept 2005;80(9):815-819.