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The MedZilla.com Employment Report for February, 2013: Health Care Sector Stimulates Job Growth Throughout the Recession
Date:2/12/2013

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 12, 2013

The economy appears to be in a calming trend. Some financial experts are giving the credit, at least in part, to the nation's Health Care sector. According to the National Journal, new jobs have increasingly continued to pour out from the Health Care Industry since the recession began in 2007. The journal also mentioned of a recent study released by the American Hospital Association examining the contribution of the Nation's hospitals in a 2011 report.

Even back in 2011, hospitals by themselves were supporting more than 10 million jobs as well as creating over 2 trillion dollars in economic activity annually. The number of jobs in hospitals as well as other areas of Health Care have and are only expected to continue to grow steadily as the number of people added to the Health Care system increases. (nationaljournal.com, 2/1/2013) While the integration of Healthcare Information Systems into the existing framework at present may seem like questionable timing, it is a vital imperative in order to incorporate as many patients.

The ageing population and the addition of the previously uninsured to the medical system is creating such a significant rise in demand for health care services that it is requiring a massive shift in the country's resources to be allocated toward the medical field and its related industries. It is a much bigger issue that can no longer be put off as a single industry concern.

Del Johnston, Manager of Client Relations at MedZilla.com cautions, "It is important not to underestimate the impact Health Care IT can have on our Financial Sector. I think
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