Read Essentials of Health Economics to prepare for this week’s discussion and assignments.
?Review ? ?Read Essentials of Health Economics to prepare for this week’s discussion and assignments. oChapter 13 -Technology Transfer in Healthcare Watch Public Health Funding Discussion | Technology-Related Challenges Review Review the assigned readings to prepare for this discussion. ?Role of Modern Technology in Public Health: Opportunities and Challenges (opens in new window) ?Data, Technology, and Innovation (opens in new window) https://www.phi.org/focus-areas/?focus_area=technology-innovation Respond Technology in business today creates an ever-changing environment. As technology advances, all types of businesses are affected, including healthcare. We are continually aware of new advances in patient care that improve the health status of individuals. Technological advances in public health include advances in patient care, patient education, and communication techniques. An effective resource manager in public health needs to include these new resources for public health advancement. 1.International public health initiatives may present their own technological challenges. What are some of these specific challenges, and what interventions are likely to even out the playing field? 2. How can technology advances both reduce costs and increase costs at the same time? Discuss Respond to the initial prompt with a substantive post by the first deadline. Discussion Requirements ?Initial Posts: 250-300 words oReference at least 2 scholarly resources oAPA formatted references in posts REQUIRED TEXTBOOK ? ?Dewar Diane M. (2015). Essentials of Health Economics (2nd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.External tool For non-book voucher purchase or rental. ?Stroh, D. P. (2015). Systems thinking for social change: A practical guide to solving complex problems, avoiding unintended consequences, and achieving lasting results. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing. oMauffette-Leenders, L. A., Erskine, J. A., & Leenders, M. R. (2007). Learning with cases. London, Ontario: Richard Ivey School of Business.