CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

For this video, choose one item that addresses a current issue and makes connections to class concepts. The item may be print or video—for example, an article from the current edition of a newspaper or magazine, a segment from a news or talk show, a YouTube video, vlog, or any program that features current affairs.

  • Your item (up to 2 minutes) will be embedded in a PowerPoint that you will use to supplement your presentation. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY
  • You may use clips of a video, pause a video as necessary to identify concepts, or use a clip for a full 2 minutes. However, you cannot use over two minutes of video in your own presentation.
  • ITEMS CANNOT BE MORE THEN 90 DAYS OLD OF THE CURRENT ISSUE OF CHOICE!
  • Submit a 4-5 minute video in which you:
  1. Use PowerPoint to supplement your presentation.
  2. Clearly identify the argument. Present the premises and conclusion in your chosen article or video clip and explain their importance. Did the speakers/writers use deductive or inductive reasoning?
  3. In your article or video clip, identify three of the following: vague/ambiguous language; credibility; cognitive bias; rhetoric; logical fallacies; generalizations; arguments from analogy; cause and effect reasoning; and value judgments about morality, law, or aesthetics. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY
  4. Explain why you think the argument fits this concept. Also, identify if this was purposeful and why, and how this affects the strength of the argument.
  5. Provide a conclusion to your video. Was the argument convincing? What is your position? (30 seconds max)
  6. I need the PowerPoint to be detailed in what the current issue is about in a video, newspaper or article of your finding. So I am able to present it in a video to submit of everything listed above. Video clips can only be 2 minutes. At least 5 to 6 slides describing all of the above details on the current issue going on in the world today in the U.S.
  7. Preferably CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY IN THE U.S.!!!

You will be graded on:

  • Your ability to identify arguments made about relevant issues in our world today
  • How well you identify class concepts. Accuracy and a clear explanation are required
  • Your use of terminology from the textbook/class lectures CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY
  • Your ability to showcase your critical thinking skills
  • Your ability to use Panopto
  • Your presentation skills and delivery

More than 100 C-suite and director-level executives voted on and then ranked the top 10 critical challenges, issues, and opportunities they expect to face in the coming year, during the 2019 HCEG Annual Forum. The HealthCare Executive Group (HCEG), a 31-year-old networking and leadership organization, facilitated discussion around the issues the Forum, which took place September 9 to 11, in Boston. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

Executives from payer, provider, and technology partner organizations were presented with a list of more than 25 topics. Initially compiled from webinars, roundtables, and the 2019 Industry Pulse Survey, the list was augmented by in-depth discussions during the Forum, where industry experts expounded on a broad range of current priorities within their organizations. HCEG Board Members announced the results of the year-long process that determined the 2020 HCEG Top 10 Challenges, Issues, and Opportunities.

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1. Costs and transparency. Implementing strategies and tactics to address growth of medical and pharmaceutical costs and impacts to access and quality of care. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

2. Consumer experience. Understanding, addressing, and assuring that all consumer interactions and outcomes are easy, convenient, timely, streamlined, and cohesive so that health fits naturally into the “life flow” of every individual’s, family’s and community’s daily activities.

3. Delivery system transformation. Operationalizing and scaling coordination and delivery system transformation of medical and non-medical services via partnerships and collaborations between healthcare and community-based organizations to overcome barriers including social determinants of health to effect better outcomes.

4. Data and analytics. Leveraging advanced analytics and new sources of disparate, non-standard, unstructured, highly variable data (history, labs, Rx, sensors, mHealth, IoT, Socioeconomic, geographic, genomic, demographic, lifestyle behaviors) to improve health outcomes, reduce administrative burdens, and support transition from volume to value and facilitate individual/provider/payer effectiveness.

5. Interoperability/consumer data access. Integrating and improving the exchange of member, payer, patient, provider data, and workflows to bring value of aggregated data and systems (EHR’s, HIE’s, financial, admin,  and clinical data, etc.) on a near real-time and cost-effective basis to all stakeholders equitably. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

6. Holistic individual health. Identifying, addressing, and improving the member/patient’s overall medical, lifestyle/behavioral, socioeconomic, cultural, financial, educational, geographic, and environmental well-being for a frictionless and connected healthcare experience.

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7. Next-generation payment models. Developing and integrating technical and operational infrastructure and programs for a more collaborative and equitable approach to manage costs, sharing risk and enhanced quality outcomes in the transition from volume to value (bundled payment, episodes of care, shared savings, risk-sharing, etc.). CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

8. Accessible points of care. Telehealth, mHealth, wearables, digital devices, retail clinics, home-based care, micro-hospitals; and acceptance of these and other initiatives moving care closer to home and office.

9. Healthcare policy. Dealing with repeal/replace/modification of current healthcare policy, regulations, political uncertainty/antagonism and lack of a disciplined regulatory process. Medicare-for-All, single payer, Medicare/Medicaid buy-in, block grants, surprise billing, provider directories, association health plans, and short-term policies, FHIR standards, and other mandates.

10. Privacy/security. Staying ahead of cybersecurity threats on the privacy of consumer and other healthcare information to enhance consumer trust in sharing data. Staying current with changing landscape of federal and state privacy laws. CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

“We are seeing more change in the 2020 HCEG Top 10 than we have seen in recent years and for good reason. HCEG member organizations express that the demand for, and pace of change and innovation is accelerating as healthcare has moved to center stage in the national debate. It shouldn’t be surprising that costs and transparency are at the top of the list along with the consumer experience and delivery system transformation,” says Ferris W. Taylor, Executive Director of HCEG. “Data, analytics, technology, and interoperability are still ongoing challenges and opportunities. At the same time, executives need to be cautious, as individual health, consumer access, privacy, and security are on-going challenges that also need to remain as priorities.”  CURRENT ISSUES IN THE HEALTHCARE FIELD TODAY

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