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HLT 510 - Population Health Management and Global Health

In this course, students learn about the population-wide health issues and develop evidence-based health programs enables healthcare professionals to promote population health programs to meet the health care needs of targeted community and population. In this course, students utilize clinical data sets and combine this knowledge with public health data sets concerning socioeconomic, global health, and behavioral influencers of health in local and global settings. Students analyze these influencers to determine effective, appropriate programs and solutions to benefit the population as a whole. Students assess health issues facing targeted populations and create programs or initiatives that engage the community to improve population health care outcomes. Prerequisite: HLT505

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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