Healthcare Industry Paper

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Health Care Industry Paper

HCS 449: Health Administration Capstone

Introduction In this paper I will be speaking on the Health Care Industry and how it has changed over the years. There are many aspects of the medical industry that have changed from how medical information is kept to how medication is given. In this paper I will be explaining how health care has changed over the last 10 years and what the biggest change is in the next 10 years. I will also speak about what my role will be in the health industry, especially when it comes to adapting my skills into the health care industry. Along with the information mentioned above I will be expressing my perception of how the health care has changed over the course of my
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Public education campaigns urge consumers to comply with behavioral recommendations such as exercise and loss of weight as well as treatment regimens such as taking your medications; that may help to prevent or control diseases and their consequences.
Health care utilization also has evolved as the population’s need for care has changed over time.
Some factors that influence need include aging, population shifts, and changes in the prevalence and incidence of different diseases. As the prevalence of chronic conditions increases, for example, residential and community-based health-related services have emerged that are designed to minimize loss of function and to keep people out of institutional settings.
My View of the Health Care Industry I think that the biggest change in the health care industry will be that everything will be electronic, from the medical records to the how patients are taken care of and there will be no need for Nurses or Medical Techs to help the doctors with medical care. With this change occurring there will also be less medical buildings needed as well as being built because the physicians will not have go into the offices unless patient care is needed. I also feel that by having everything electronic not only will this affect the nursing staff but some physicians’ may be cut as well because there will be nowhere for them to
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