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Health Care Management Jobs in 2020

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The Future of Success for Health Care: Hot Jobs in 2020
By Blessing Ekamki, Karen Colandreo, Carmen Smiley, and Bertha Mwamba
HCAD 600 University of Maryland University College
Policies
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
HITECH Act
Affordable Care Act
Demographics
AGE
Population aging
DISABILITY
Rise in disability in U.S. (>37 million)
ETHNICITY
Increasing diversity and languages
Need for culturally specific data collection and sharing
Personal Lifestyles
Lifestyle diseases such as obesity, and diabetes are on the rise
New tech tools needed to collect and exchange data on lifestyle disease and associated risk factors
Integrating lifestyle studies, informatics, and epidemiology may be key to managing complex diseases
Economy
HITECH Act may save $25-$44k/bed/year
$30-$40 billion savings industry wide
Medicare reimbursement reductions for paper-based providers/hospitals
ACA led to U.S. economic boom
Technology
Expansion of Electronic Health Records
Healthcare providers and hospitals must collect, exchange, and report data
Continuing demand for health hardware and software development
Job 1: Health Informatics Specialist
Trained expert who gathers, manipulates, exchanges, and reports on health information
Policies
Affordable Care Act
expanded health care coverage leading to greater demand for nurses
Demographics
AGE
Population aging
DISABILITY
Rise in disability in U.S. (>37 million)
HOME CARE
Over 52 million informal and family caregivers provide care to elderly or disabled adults

Personal Lifestyles
Leading to greater demand for nurses:
Lifestyle diseases
Obesity
Diabetes
Heart Disease
Increase in home care
Economy
Technology
Expansion of Electronic Health Records
Telehealth and other remote health technologies allow nurses to reach a greater number of patients
Job 2: Nurse
Treats patients who are sick and injured, offers advice and emotional support to patients and their families, helps doctors diagnose patients and provide advice and follow-up care, as well as documents each stage of care
Policies
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
Affordable Care Act
Demographics
AGE
Population aging
ETHNICITY
Culturally-sensitive prevention programs on the rise
DISABILITY
Rise in disability in U.S. (>37 million)

Personal Lifestyles
Obesity and diabetes can be prevented with healthy eating and exercise
105 million Americans have prediabetes or diabetes
79 million prediabetes
34.9% adults obese
12 million children and adolescents obese
Economy
Technology
Development of health prevention technologies on the rise
Hardware tools and software applications for:
dietary intake
activity monitoring
exercise goals
other medical monitoring such as blood glucose or medication adherence, etc.
sometimes with provider notification
Job 3: Preventive Healthcare Manager
Policies
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
FCC: National Broadband Plan
HITECH Act
Medicare, Medicaid and other payers adopting/expanding home health coverage
Affordable Care Act
Medicaid and/or CHIP
31 states either planning or implementing medical home pilots
Demographics
AGE
Population aging
also increasingly tech savvy
DISABILITY
Rise in disability in U.S. (>37 million)
HOME CARE
Currently 52 million informal and family caregivers provide care to adults who are elderly, ill, or disabled

Personal Lifestyles
Research has shown overwhelming preference of disabled aad elderly to stay at home to receive care and to die at home
Privacy found at home one of the most important aspects of care,along with responsiveness of caregiver
Expansion of personal and health technology among people of all ages
Economy
More than 50% of disabled wage earners in their working years
8.8 million disabled wage earners on SSDI
over 5% of U.S. workers
disabled face greater challenges finding work than people without disabilities
Technology
FCC National Broadband Plan to provide 100 million American households with access to 100 Mbit/s connections by 2020
Telehealth and other provider interaction technology may enhance responsiveness that patients seek
Age not a barrier for adoption and use
Investments in the development of and increased access to assistive technology on the rise
Job 4: Home Health Technology Specialist
Technical and health specialist who implements a home health system, trains patients, caretakers and providers on its use, and maintains the system over time
Policies
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
HITECH Act
Affordable Care Act
Insurance companies
Enable and encourage expensive procedures to be done off-shore
Incentives include waived deductibles, paid travel
Insurance provider networks expanding globally to include off-shore medical centers
Demographics
AGE
Population aging
Budget cuts to Medicare = decrease in covered services
BIRTH RATE
Assisted reproductive assistance technology available abroad
Birth rate will continue to drop in U.S.
By 2020, global birth rate will drop below replacement rate
ETHNICITY
Increasing diversity and languages in U.S. has led to greater comfort levels with other cultures
Personal Lifestyles
Number of Americans traveling abroad will continue to soar
Wait times for care has increased in U.S.
Increased demand for cosmetic and dental surgery not covered by insurance
Medical tourism is designed to combine relaxing vacation with medical treatments
Economy
Increase in healthcare costs leading people to seek care in other countries
Lower premiums and employer-sponsored healthcare from ACA has freed more spending money for individuals
Insurance incentives include:
waived deductibles
paid travel
Governments of other countries provide support to grow medical tourism industry
Medical tourism generates revenue for multiple industries
Other countries have medical/financial incentives to reduce patient wait times
Technology
Potential patients are able to research medical tourism agencies, agents, and care providers over the internet
Increase in technological advances in healthcare in other countries
Better quality of care and medications
Job 5: Medical Tourism Agent
A travel agent with a specific objective to not only find travel and adventure, but also less expensive, safe, and convenient package for medical treatment for their clients
Coordinates needed preventive health care services, including health education, and refers patients to treatment
ARRA included $650 million for preventive health initiatives
Prevention programs could save the U.S. more than $16 million/year
Decline in obesity could save $474 billion over 10 years
Nursing workforce will grow by 18% by 2018
Adding 133,000 RNs to workforce would:
save 5900 lives/year
increase national productivity by $1.3 billion
save $6.1 billion due to decreases in length of stay
save $231 million/year due to increased productivity
Overview and Purpose of the Analysis
As we embark on our graduate education and begin planning for our future careers, it's important to consider macro trends in the industry and across the country such as the economy, demographics, personal lifestyles, technology, and federal policies. The purpose of this analysis is to establish and document current macro trends affecting the U.S. healthcare system and then make associated projections of the best job opportunities for healthcare managers in the year 2020.
"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today" - Malcolm X
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