Building the workforce of the future

We’re working to build the next generation of health care workers. A generation committed to social justice and health equity–and prepared to delivery care in new, innovative ways.

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Guiding the Next Workforce

CommonSpirit Health CEO Lloyd Dean is a champion for developing the health care work force of the future. Dean participates on two statewide work force commissions in California charged with making recommendations for cultivating a diverse, innovative work force that can meet the state’s health care needs for generations to come.

Lloyd H. Dean

California Future Health Workforce Commission – Co-chaired by Lloyd Dean and comprised of a multidisciplinary group of leaders from across the state, the California Future Health Workforce Commission “is committed to ensuring California’s health workforce will have the capacity, competencies, agency and diversity to meet Californians’ evolving health needs” by 2030. In 2019 the commission released a set of bold recommendations for eliminating the state’s primary care provider shortage. For more information on the commission, visit

Future of Work Commission – Established in 2019 by executive order from California Governor Gavin Newsom, the Future of Work Commission aims to “develop a new social compact for California workers, based on an expansive vision for economic equity that takes work and jobs as the starting point.” The commission’s work will focus on several areas, including: the types of jobs that will be needed in the future, the impact of technology on employers and employees, promoting better job quality and wages, preserving jobs, and workforce readiness. For more information about the commission, visit

Healing begins with people

Brittany Weisler (Phoenix, AZ)

“Imagine being an expectant mother, and the doctor tells you that your baby is going to be born with a birth defect.” 2:54

Lisa Dahl (Fargo, ND)

“People need people, and nobody is really normal. We’re just different, and that’s okay.” 2:37

Hasmukhben Amarasekera (Northridge, CA)

“When you reassure them that you’re going to do the best for them, you see a peace on their face.” 3:24

Dieter Bruno, MD (Redwood City, CA)

“When it’s all said and done, we have to think about others as ultimately better than ourselves.” 2:47

Faye Ramirez (Albuquerque, NM)

“We realized that our children were suffering—that some of their basic needs are not being taken care of.” 3:00

Kurt DeVine, MD (Little Falls, MN)

“The opioid epidemic has killed shouldn’t be able to walk away from it.” 3:31