1Human Resource Workforce Planning- Article ReviewStudent’s NameInstitutional AffiliationCourseInstructorDue Date
2Article OverviewHuman Resource Planning is a vital aspect of any organizational administration. If the delivery system effectively works, then the HR department of the administration should remain up to their tasks and implement them categorically. For instance, implementing the Affordable Care Act healthy policy in the United States requires an HR approach. For its effectiveness, the domestic health systems should consider organizing the healthcare workforce. Every passing day,healthcare systems grow complex. These complexities trigger more policies regarding the system's management, leadership, and the entire administration. The Affordable Care Act passage means that the healthcare system grew more extensive. The management had to organizeitself and implement thorough planning to ensure that related issues are executed accordingly to meet the set results. The article holds that as the implementation of the 2010 healthcare policy continues, several organizations continue to reorganize their delivery systems to match the changing workforce dynamics. Changes in the organizational structures call for corresponding changes in other relevant departments to heighten service delivery, and in this case, planning workforce is crucial in healthcare delivery systems. The Human Resource Department ensures that other departments run smoothly with a sufficient and motivated workforce, organized and sticking to their assignments. Also, the article reveals the need for laws and compliance policies to guide employment practices and workforce planning processes. Among the standard legal procedures that drive these processes include the Equal Pay Act and the Pregnancy Discrimination Act. These traditional structures ensure the healthcare organizations dispense their administrative activities within the law's constraints, including the preservation of the rightsand privileges of their employees and organizational stakeholders.
3Although different organizations, whether public or private, respond differently to these system changes, the processes involved demonstrate standard features. Among the activities involved include transferring staff to new settings and creating new jobs that involve coordination and quality service delivery. Also, change in healthcare systems calls for the invention of new healthcare methods in response to the shift in consumerism trends, adoption of team dynamics, and the creation of new roles and responsibilities that may arise due to the integration of healthcare information technologies. Currently, new healthcare policies entail a shift from traditional delivery systems to modernized ones brought along by the changing technological patterns. These changes mean that workforce may require new educational skills, training, and expertise to execute the new tasks. These are essential considerations during