Course: The U.S. Health Care System While the US healthcare system represents around $3.5 trillion in…
Course: The U.S. Health Care System
While the US healthcare system represents around $3.5 trillion in annual spending and is the largest single sector of the overall economy, it also sits inside larger “macro trends” that help define the landscape of jobs. Factors to consider: globalization, the state of the general economy, the rapid pace of innovation, digitalization of medicine and genomic technology, and demographics of the U.S. population (e,g, aging population, and higher healthcare utilization) and changing values and beliefs.
Question: So what do you think? What human resources needs are you likely to be encountering – and managing — in ten or so years?