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HLT 571 - Healthcare Operations Management

Students in this course have the opportunity to learn about challenges and forces that affect organization business and operational performance and patient care outcomes. In this course, students examine the forces and trends that affect performance outcomes within health care organizations and analyze how high reliability health care organizations model and implement sustainable operations management practices. Students assess and apply how changes in health care organization structure, logistics, and supply chains can result in positive patient care outcomes and explore evidence-based management practice models to promote and implement performance excellence standards in various health care settings.

Prerequisite: HLT505, HLT519, HLT527 and HLT555

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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