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Strategic foresight, leadership, and the future of rural healthcare staffing in the United States.

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Summary of "Strategic foresight, leadership, and the future of rural healthcare staffing in the United States."

This article uses a strategic foresight tool, megatrends, to examine forces influencing long-term healthcare staffing in the rural United States. Two megatrends-exponential advances in science and technology and the continued evolution of the decentralized global marketplace-will influence and ultimately help shape the future of rural healthcare. Successful health ecosystems of the future will need to be customer-driven, more affordable, and tech-savvy. Successful evolution in an era of continuous change will require a blend of intentional engagement with stakeholders, strategic foresight, and future-focused leadership. More research is needed to fully understand not only the challenges of rural healthcare but also the emerging opportunities.

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Name: JAAPA : official journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants
ISSN: 1547-1896
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