The writer will provide an overview of the future of health services delivery as her topic area. In this section, the writer will focus on the statement of problem pros and cons of the future of health services delivery, how it impacts health care delivery in the United States (U.S.), and the writer's stance on the topic area. The issue, the future of health services delivery in the U.S. will continue to change in the future to come. Future outlooks on health care delivery will be predicted and determined through six forces being political, economical, social, technological, informational, and ecological changes.
On March 23, 2010 President Obama signed a health reform bill called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), but changes are continuously being processed and bubble, which will eventually burst (Kaufman, 2011). Without good health the citizens of our nation cannot be strong citizens. The pros and cons of the future of health services delivery are numerous. Presently, the writer has researched more cons than pros of the stated issue. Numerous accomplishments by the U.S. health care delivery have been achieved, but work continues as the nation moves forward into the future. Some pros of future health care delivery are that everyone could be covered by insurance, no co-pays or deductibles, and health care professionals can focus more on patient care. Some cons of future health care delivery is that patients will not be freely able to choose drugs, treatment options, or surgical procedures, patient confidentiality, and increase in health care professionals.
With future changes in racial, ethnic, and longevity the U.S. health system must adapt quickly for a healthy nation. Most changes will not go into effect until 2014 (“HealthCare.gov,” 2012). The ACA law provides new health care coverage options and the tools one needs to make informed choices about their health. The ACA has created brutal facts that our nation is in an