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Review the article, "The Changing Demographics of America," and watch the embedded video at:

 Review the article, “The Changing Demographics of America,” and watch the embedded video at: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/40th-anniversary/the-changing-demographics-of-america-538284/?all.
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To complete this activity, you will create a PowerPoint presentation outlining your strategy addressing issues involved in meeting the needs of the changing demographics within your service area in the healthcare field. Choose one area.
This service area may be human resources, community health clinics, hospitals, urgent or emergency care, or another related healthcare field you are involved in.
If you are not currently working in the healthcare field, you may choose one of the service areas that interests you.
Your presentation should address:
Issues: Identify the specific demographic issues you are addressing within your own personal service area.
Strategies: Identify three to four strategies for meeting the needs of changing demographics within your service area.
Expected Outcomes: Explain the expected outcomes resulting from the implementation of your strategies.
Your presentation should be eight to 12 slides long, accompanied by speech notes. Use the Speech Notes function in PowerPoint to prepare your speaking points.
Use in-text citations where appropriate, or include APA-formatted references at the bottom of slides that require a reference

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