HCMGT 5890 Seminar in Healthcare Management
This interactive class provides students with an overview of concepts and current issues related to healthcare leadership at the health system level. Concepts that impact advanced management of healthcare services, such as strategic planning, administration, economic health policy, human resources, and clinical services will be fully explored with in-class and online discussions. Through examination and open discussion of management topics and healthcare transformation, students will explore and learn the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful leader in an ever- increasing diverse healthcare environment.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 5400 Nursing Leadership and Management I and ECON 5030 Managerial Economics.
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): Admission to the MSN or MSN/MBA program and permission of the Nursing department chair or program director.
Pre- or Corequisite(s): NURS 5010 Professional Communication in Nursing.
This course is an overview of how economic theory is applied to evaluating and making decisions and understanding decisions of others. It will cover the basics of the classical microeconomic analysis: supply and demand model and its applications under different assumptions about the market structure. Among topics covered are also more complex pricing strategies and decision making under uncertainty, elements of game theory and its applications to analyzing decision making.