As we learned in class this week there are a lot of changes taking place in the healthcare environment. With the implementation of Obamacare to take place over the next ten or so years, healthcare managers are being called upon to evaluate, plan and implement operations, tactics and strategies to ensure a smooth transition from the past and make sure that it is worthwhile. It is extremely important for these professionals to be able to change, adapt and evolve so that they can keep a competitive advantage against the competition with the rapidly changing healthcare environment. This article talks about some of the difficulties associated with handling that change in an organized manner. It is extremely time consuming to manage change in the healthcare industry and often times it leaves employees and other members of a respective organization confused and angry if they do not fully understand why a specific change is coming. Establishing a clear goal about the direction in which an organization wants to go is key to assuring successful change. Not only must professionals establish a clear goal, but they also have to monitor and measure the outcomes of the change process so that they can understand better whether or not it has fulfilled its purpose. This change also pertains to the technology used in healthcare, not just in upper management and the laws put into action. Employees and managers must be trained on these specific changes in order to effectively utilize the technology. Furthermore, it is important to tailor health care delivery to the needs of the local population and forge better relationships within the community. To fully accomplish the goals set forth by an organization it must use to its advantage the forces driving change.