Health Care Quality & Outcome Management
Four semester hours, two hours theory and two hours clinical (six clock hours/week clinical).
This course builds on NADM 5416 and previous NADM courses. Topics for classroom and clinical come from previous NADM course concepts and those new to this course. They include but are not limited to monitoring and measuring quality outcomes for consumer (patient) and organization, tools for evaluating operations and care delivery systems, performance management, transformational leadership, and diverse workforces and organizational cultures. Focus will be on executive functions of the nurse manager. Analysis, synthesis and application of management science to address current and emerging change and transition in health care systems is expected. Leadership styles for quality/cost management, with a focus on transformational leadership, will be explored and experienced. Organizational theories will continue to be foundational to course work. Simulation will be used. Prerequisite: NADM 5416.
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