Future trends in health care
December, 3, 2012
Future trends in health care
Health care is a multifaceted and progressive business. The industry is a must for the health care of all. Personalized care is expected to grow as people continue to become older. The beginning of the Baby Boomers retiring began two years ago. With the Baby Boomers retiring came health problems such as heart disease and cancer that continues to be on the rise. The constant growth necessitates superior improvement essential for patient fulfillment that includes the employment of data systems. An Information system saves time, money, and confirms how valuable the systems are for everyone. The way of life and the demographic regions are focused on by many vendors for promoting merchandise and uses. Health care information technology is not distinct and promoting a product is not exempt. Lacking the knowledge of an area, the need of the people, and the preference of the people along with the money habits will cause marketing to be unsuccessful. For a campaign to be successful there would need to be researched that includes Berkowitz. (2006)”problem recognition (areas needing improvement), specific objectives for the research (project scope), the design of the research (project plan), the collection of the data pertaining to the area (user and needs assessment), and an analysis or evaluation of the information collected (implementation plan)” (p. 133). The significance and the need for better care came about for the health care system to be observed for patient care, efficient service, well -timed schedules of delivery care, precise care that is centered on patients, efficiency, and rightful care. These are all very important factors for patients to receive the quality care they deserve. It is equally important for the privacy of patient’s private health care information and personal information such as social security numbers, birthdate, etc. There have been many patients who have had their private information divulged from health care records that caused them devastating financial and personal problems. Mike Levitt is the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services and stated the reason for George Bush to adopt electronic records of patients medical information was for privacy. This would see that ATA. (2006) “all records of health could be linked allowing connections for patient, providers, and payers to maintain privacy” (p.1). Electronic medical assistance support provides the main function of Open Clinical. (2011).”1. Administrative: Supporting clinical coding and documentation, authorization of procedures, and referrals. Managing clinical complexity and details: 2.Keeping patients on research and chemotherapy protocols; tracking orders, referrals follow-up, and preventive care. 3."Cost control: Monitoring medication orders; avoiding duplicate or unnecessary tests. 4. "Decision support: Supporting clinical diagnosis and treatment plan processes; and promoting use of best practices, condition-specific guidelines, and population-based management” (p. 1). Databanks gives valued material that can give partial reports or a complete detailed report. An essential part of any organization and its operation is the data that helps administration, owners, accountants, and stakeholders to understand the organizations finances and performance. All of this data can help with an organization needs to develop programs to improve certain areas of the business. Important information like this is also important in the development of improving admission to better health care for Americans like the use of Telemedicine. Elwood. (2006).” Intermingling demographic, epidemiology’s, economics, technologies, globalization, and the health behavior of individuals will be factors that affect tomorrow’s health care”(p. 5). Amara. (1988)” Medical (drugs and new approaches to...
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