Shortage of health care personnel statisticsAnother challenge affecting health care delivery is the growing shortage of health care personnel. Quality, a major concern of health care, is directly impacted by understaffing.For your Module 4 SLP, conduct research on the need for health care personnel in your state, city/town, or a location that you are familiar with. Based on your research, compose a 2-page memorandum to your local/state (Texas) representative identifying your findings. In your memorandum, include the following:Detailed statistics on the shortage of health care personnel in your selected geographical area.Comparative statistics to the national shortage of health care personnel.Explain how health care personnel shortage is affecting health care delivery currently and within the next 10 years.**You may use the following source to review a sample memorandum:https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/subject_specific_writing/professional_technical_writing/memos/sample_memo.htmlSLP Assignment ExpectationsConduct additional research to gather sufficient information to justify/support your memorandum.Limit your response to a maximum of 2 pages, not including the title or reference page.ReferencesDoherty, R., Cooney, T. G., Mire, R. D., Engel, L. S., & Goldman, J. M. (2020). Envisioning a better US health care system for all: a call to action by the American College of Physicians. Annals of Internal Medicine, 172(2_Supplement), S3-S6.Mason, D. J., & Friese, C. R. (2020, March). Protecting health care workers against COVID-19—and being prepared for future pandemics. In JAMA Health Forum (Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. e200353-e200353). American Medical Association.Jackson walker: Texas works to address healthcare capacity and workforce shortage issues in wake of COVID-19. (2020, Mar 27). News Bites – Private Companies Retrieved from https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.trident.edu/docview/2383315905?accountid=28844Bogel, M. (2019). Closing the Gaps in Rural Healthcare in Texas: A Formative Bounded Case Study.Spurlock, D. (2020). The Nursing Shortage and the Future of Nursing Education Is in Our Hands. Journal of Nursing Education, 59(6), 303-304.