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Health Care Management - Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Health Care Management BT degree program, the student will:

  • Create effective written documents and make effective oral presentations.
  • Identify, analyze, and compare theories and practices of ethics and professionalism in the health care setting.
  • Research a topic related to a legal/or ethical situation that might be encountered in a health services management experience.
  • Use contemporary developments in health care to assess alternative management solutions in health care related problems and challenges.
  • Examine the various types of Managed Care Organizations and compare governance, executive roles, marketing procedures and value.
  • Develop health care management teams and delegated work within an administrative setting.
  • Analyze and compare State and Federal Health Care Policy.
  • Promote health using the public health system in the context of the total U.S. health care system.
  • Apply basic epidemiological and statistical tools to define, observe and measure diseases patterns in a population.
  • Design a program of disease prevention.
  • Analyze global health issues and their impact on local public health concerns.
  • Discuss the roles of hospitals, long term care facilities, health care personnel, public health agencies, payers and regulators with in the U.S. health care system.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of accounting procedures related to health care financial management.
  • Analyze financial statements in the health services arena and apply standard accounting procedures to manage records in the formulation and analysis of health care agency budgets.
  • Gather, integrate, and analyze data and other information relevant to an assigned project.
  • Examine the framework in which health care services are produced, coordinated, consumed, and reimbursed as an administrator.
  • Analyze the origins, uses, and the maintenance of the various resources that are vital to the success of a health care organization as an administrator.
  • Evaluate methods of strategic planning, decision-making, and evaluation in health care facility administration.
  • Analyze and compare the role interactions of the medical staff, governing authority, and employees and managers in a health care organization, including the problem-solving complexities that are encountered among these various parties.
  • Discuss concepts of stress and the importance of dealing with stress in a positive way.

Health Care Management
Marela Fiacco
Curriculum Coordinator