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Masters Degrees in Health & Safety Issues, USA

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This 100% online graduate certificate in Health Care Management is designed to meet career advancement needs of professionals and those seeking to transition into the health care industry. Read more
This 100% online graduate certificate in Health Care Management is designed to meet career advancement needs of professionals and those seeking to transition into the health care industry. These courses can also be applied to the Masters in Public Health (MPH) Program. Students in Community Health, Environmental Health, Integrated Medicine or Nutrition or may wish to complete this certificate as a complement to their current degree.

Curriculum

This program will benefit physicians, nurses, clinicians, managers, and professional staff in the health care industry. In addition, it will benefit those in managed care and not-for-profit organizations, government, consulting firms, and the pharmaceutical industry, among others. A health care management certificate of completion will be issued when the requirements of the program have been fulfilled.

HEA 513 Legal Aspects of Health Care
This course is an analysis of the basic legal concepts and major legal issues that are most important to and directly affect the health services manager. Topics include legal frameworks of health organizations and health practitioners, administrative policy, contracts, consent, patient’s rights, legal death, insurance, liability, and research.

HEA 514 Approaches to Health Care Delivery
This course is designed to provide students with an overview of the structure, systems, and policies of health care delivery in the United States. The goal of the course is to increase students’ knowledge and their ability to analyze and address health care issues from both a management and a policy perspective.

HEA 516 Health Care Management
This course provides students with a fundamental understanding of the principles of management and managerial functions as a framework for organizing knowledge and practices in the health care setting. This is accomplished through the relationship of each of the functions of management that include planning, development, budgeting, and management and evaluation concepts to health care organization operations. Practical health care management examples, applications, issues, and exercises requiring critical thinking and effective writing will be emphasized.

HEA 613 Advocacy and Quality of Health Care Services
This course is an introduction to patient advocacy for graduate students in the health professions. Topics include ethics, health care financing and policy, health advocacy for special populations, and key strategies for system change.

HEA 614 Health Care Technology and Information Management
This course will provide future health care managers with the knowledge and skills they need to work effectively with information systems technology. Topics covered in this course include emerging technology, information systems, the internet’s impact on health care organizations, and system standards, among others.

HEA 616 Strategic Leadership in Health Care
Healthcare industry requires visionary, creative and transformational leaders who can navigate effectively through a dynamic and complex landscape. This course will provide the foundational concepts and principles necessary for exercising strategic leadership.

Accreditation

CEPH accreditation serves multiple purposes for different constituents. In general, specialized accreditation attests to the quality of an educational program that prepares for entry into a recognized profession.

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The Practice of Leadership, the Profession of Health Care. Today, leading a health care organization takes more than the ability to treat patients. Read more

The Practice of Leadership, the Profession of Health Care

Today, leading a health care organization takes more than the ability to treat patients. Physicians in managerial roles need to balance financial responsibilities, competitive pressure and human resource needs in order to streamline the health delivery system.

The Master in Health Care Management program offers valuable experience and useful knowledge in a results-oriented environment. Participants gain practical managerial skills to augment their talent as physicians. The program allows participants to continue working full-time while pursuing the degree, and to interact with peers from across the globe.

Utilizing Harvard’s case-based teaching method combined with extensive peer collaboration, the degree program keeps clinical executives on top of trends, issues and competitive strategies unique to the modern health care system.

A Master’s Degree Tailored To Physicians’ Specific Leadership Needs

The Master in Health Care Management degree provides a unique, part-time, experience that delivers the best business management education for working physicians executives in or new to leadership roles in health care organizations.

The health care environment is increasingly competitive and financially driven. At the same time, health care providers have become more involved in managing the health delivery system, in addition to managing patients.

Physicians in managerial roles face important challenges as they struggle to balance financial and competitive constraints with the patient care mission of their organizations.

As the entities delivering health services have grown more corporate and complex, the need to acquire formal managerial and organizational skills has become critical.

A Flexible Program Designed Around Physicians’ Demanding Schedules

  • Two year program, part-time
  • Three weeks per summer on Boston campus
  • Five four-day weekends per year on Boston campus

You can find more information here: https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/mhcm/programs/



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