Sep 29, 2020  
2013-2014 Graduate Academic Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Graduate Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Healthcare Management

  
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    HCMT 540 - Clinical Systems Management


    Students will learn about computerized clinical,information systems and computer-based,patient records. They will explore health,information systems within the context of the work,environment and associated business processes.,Students will design clinical information systems,capable of providing quality care and case,management and apply effective management of,change practices in the context of clinical,systems to implement improvements.
    Prerequisite(s): HCMT-520
    Credit(s): 3
  
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    HCMT 550 - Healthcare Perf & Process Improvement


    Students will learn about healthcare,organizational measurements, assessments and,improvement practices employed to improve the,quality of healthcare service and delivery.,Students will examine and analyze traditional,quality, structure and process assessments,including risk management, credentialing and the,role of oversight agencies. They will then,explore outcomes-based process improvement methods,focusing on rapid cycle tools such as PDSA, using,small tests of change across multiple departments,or across the enterprise.
    Prerequisite(s): HCMT-520
    Credit(s): 3
  
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    HCMT 590 - Integrative Capstone in HC Management


    Students will use this course to review,professional and practical skills gained through,formal coursework and action learning and apply,them in an independent project in a healthcare,setting of their choice. Students will be expected,to develop a project plan; establish goals and,objectives; collect and analyze information; and,prepare and deliver a final product agreed upon by,student and faculty advisor.
    Prerequisite(s): HCMT-550 and 30 completed graduate credit hours
    Credit(s): 3

Web Site Develop and Management

  
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    WEB 5125 - Web Development


    Introduction to Web Development using standard,markup languages and formatting methods.,Students will become familiar with various,methods and tools for development.,The course introduces students to elements of,effective web applications including graphics,,layout, and interactivity. Students will also,learn the basics of deyeloping social networking,web sites and incorporating third party e-commerce,applications into their Web sites.,
    Credit(s): 3
 

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