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Health 303: Healthcare Organization and Management
December 2017 - Present.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: describe the concepts and theories of healthcare management; demonstrate new skills through the use of materials, tools, and/or technology that are central to healthcare management; interpret and explain significant laws and ethics of healthcare management and delivery; administer basic management skills and foster productive team environments; select, construct, and critically analyze current strategic analysis and planning tools; and integrate management theory and evidence-based solutions with real world situations.
Course materials are presented via audio visual materials. Major topics include: an overview of healthcare management and systems; legal Issues in healthcare; Ethical Issues in Healthcare; Theories of Organizational Behavior; Functions of Management; Leaders and Leadership; Team Building and Communication In Healthcare; Healthcare Management Process and Planning; Strategic Planning and Goal Setting in Healthcare; Managing Information and Technology in Healthcare; Managing Costs and Budgets in Healthcare; Quality Improvement in Healthcare; Staff Development and Training; Managing Human Resources; Strategic Alliances and Evidence-based Practice in Healthcare; and Healthcare Marketing.
In the upper division baccalaureate degree category, 3 semester hours in Healthcare Administration, Healthcare Management, Health or Health Sciences (12/16).