Analyze the changing nature of the health care industry, including health care reform, the volume to value-based shift, and the industry's emphasis on a culture of excellence.
How have these changes impacted the type of workforce and types of positions where there will be more demand? What are the implications of the changing nature of workforce demands on human resource professionals? What impact does competition for quality employees have on human resource managers?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 5:19 am ad1c9bdddf
Change in Health Care Industry and its Influence on HR Managers
Several transformational changes have occurred in health care like quick treatment of different decease such as diabetes type II, heart failure, cancer, chronic lung and kidney disease, etc, which was not possible earlier. The emergence of new technology such as cutting back on melanoma biopsies, electronic aspirin, etc made the R&D better for improving the health care services. Due to these changes there is requirement to treat the patient effectively and for this the demand of highly professional and skilled people is increasing in health care industry (Burns, 2014). It is because unskilled people are not able to use the advanced technologies, which are the major part of changing scenario of the ...
This response discusses about the changing nature of the health care industry. It also analyses health care reform, the volume to value-based shift, and the industry's emphasis on a culture of excellence.