This course introduces graduate students to advanced concepts in strategic human resource management and capital management. Concepts related to decision making in both strategic human resources and capital management will be explored and applied in this course. Students will compile, plan, and develop projects relevant to today's healthcare industry.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to the MSN/MBA program, and NURS 5400 Nursing Leadership and Management I and NURS 5420 Finance and Accounting in Health Care System.
This course examines the multiple roles of the nurse executive in a variety of health care organizations, including long term care, community based care, hospitals and larger integrated delivery systems. Students develop knowledge in the area of health care regulations and accreditation including the impact of technology in the health care environment.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 5050 Research and Evidence Based Practice in Nursing and Health Care and NURS 5100 Transcultural Health Care, or permission of Nursing Department Chair or Program Director.
This course provides an overview of the concepts of financial analysis, financial and managerial accounting, and budgetary practices as they relate to the health care industry. Accounting concepts are understood with the assistance of electronic spreadsheet applications. Financial concepts are understood through the analysis of both for-profit and not-for-profit corporate accounting and public reporting.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 5400 Nursing Leadership and Management I.