The future of healthcare environment I the next cascade may perhaps revolve around the elastic effect of accessibility, cost, and quality, and the results are really undetermined and regarding upon context (Cole, 2007). Perhaps more regulations and legislations would be the topic of change for healthcare.
It would seem that team based healthcare where in experts across the fields are teaming up with each other to handle different pressures, this is mainly because to reduce healthcare error that have caused more that 250,KUDUS in some cases, both inflicting cost for the healthcare institution, the insurance providers, and the individuals as well. There changes would be in technological capital where in evidence based research would provide even more accurate ways to do standard procedures, to very sophisticated ways to handle special cases (Haberdasher & Retile, 2008). There changes would come with manpower as well, more healthcare providers are need because of the expected influx of patients brought about by CA, more healthcare practitioners are needed according to research data and that US is already outsourcing help form other countries such as medical technicians from the middle east, and nurses from Asia. Also, with the CA, the true of healthcare environment would have an influx in emergency and outpatient care.
As government regulations such has Green-Health Provisions would want cost effective facilities more healthcare are reducing rooms in exchange for emergency care provisions and online preventive and long-term healthcare. (Deere, 2012) The future of healthcare as I see it and based on research is still a never ending conflict of quality versus accessibly versus cost. But it would seem that the tension for the three dimensions is greatly increased mainly because of the CA (Wolver, 2004). Changes in the Healthcare Industry By godparent