Impacts on Healthcare Value Chain (HCVC)

Write a 2,000- to 2,750-word paper (8 to 10 pages) in which you do the following:
Summarize how current federal healthcare law and proposed changes will impact (both positively and negatively) each sector of the HCVC.Explore the current state of the HCVC, focusing on how increased use of technology has impacted each sector of the U.S. healthcare system.
Consider the benefits and the unintended consequences of current technology trends.
Relate your findings to the competitive healthcare environment with suggestions for developing and executing healthcare strategy.Include the following components in your final paper:Abstract: Your abstract should be brief, but should explain the problem, your motivation for solving the problem, an explanation of your approach to solving the problem, and background information that will lead to your conclusions/implications.
Introduction: Begin with a thesis statement that states the focus of your paper. Then discuss the three to five key points that your paper will explore.
Body of Paper: Discuss each of the key points outlined in your introduction, providing detailed research from the study materials provided for you in the modules and including any other academic research you have conducted. Be sure to use proper APA format for all citations.
Summary: Wrap up the concepts you’ve discussed and summarize the main ideas you have discussed throughout the body of the paper.
Conclusion: Transition to the ending of your paper and provide final thoughts on what recommendations you have or what you think the future landscape will look like.
6. References: Include all sources you used (both from the modules’ study materials and any additional sources) in a separate References page. Follow APA format.
In addition, the following resource may be of use:
Ornstein, C. (2016, May 9). What Feds’ push to share health data means for patients. Shots. Health News from NPR.
(This article discusses the data releases from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and it also mentions some of the tools that have been developed that use this data.)