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Part I: Impact of Health Care Technology In your opinion. How do you think the job you chose as your aspirational position will be impacted by changes in technology used to provide direct care or treat health problems? Part II: Technology and the “Greying of America” Apply what you know.
Go to YouTube and select a video to share that demonstrates a piece of technology that will assist aging individuals in their health care. Explain its potential impact on workforce, access to care, and cost of care.
Here is an example: The List Show TV (2018) YouTube. [Video file: 2:33 min] Closed Captioned Aging Technology: Gadgets That Promise to Make Our Seniors’ Life Easier (Links to an external site.) Aside from simply living longer, what are some of the other things associated with our aging demographic that will have a significant impact on our health care system?
And, where do you think that impact will be the most noticeable? Cost? Workforce? Access? Required Reading Atkins, G.L. (2016).
Aging in America. An agenda for an era of new possibilities (Links to an external site.). Generations, 40(4), 6-8. Baitman, F. & Karpay, K. (2017). 3 Health care trends that don’t hinge on the ACA (Links to an external site.). Harvard Business Review, May, 25, 2017. Colby, S. & Ortman, J. (2014). The baby boom cohort in the United States 1012-2060: Population estimates and projections (Links to an external site.).
U.S. Census Bureau, May; 1-16. Hendricks, D. (2016). 3D printing is already changing health care (Links to an external site.). Harvard Business Review, March, 4. Johnson, J.H. & Parnell, A.M. (2017). The challenges and opportunities of the American demographic shift. (Links to an external site.)
Generations, Winter2016/2017; 40(4), 9-15. MacPherson, A.L. & Parikh, R.B. (2017). Policy and politics to drive change in end-of-life care: Assessing the best and worst places to die in America (Links to an external site.).
Generations, 41(1); 94-101. Morrow-Howell, N., Gonzales, E.G., Harootyan, R.A., Lee, Y. & Lindberg, B.W. (2017). Approaches, policies and practices to support productive engagement of older adults (Links to an external site.). Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 60(3); 193.
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