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Week 7 Assignment For this week you are to select one of the following four centers (see below). For week 7, you must answer any of two of the first five questions that are listed at the end of the Center descriptions below. During week 15’s Assignment you will be selecting any three of the remaining questions to answer. Suggested length for each question response: 200 words. St. Joseph’s College Healthcare and Education Center Imagine the following scenario for the midterm and final exam: The mission of St. Joseph’s College Healthcare and Education Center would be three-fold: 1. To promote a collective vision of healthcare education. 2. To educate the public regarding healthcare on a local, national and international level. 3. To provide the transfer of knowledge needed for effective, innovative and ethical human resources practices and policy development within the healthcare field. The vision of the Center would be to empower healthcare administrators, human resource managers for healthcare facilities, the healthcare workforce, and the general public with knowledge of best practices and issues related to healthcare, research, as well as medical
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ethics within the healthcare field. This will be done through forums, brainstorming, scenario planning, certificate programs, and webinars, as well as a wide gamut of course offerings related to healthcare administration and human resources for managers of healthcare facilities. These courses will be both on ground and online. In doing so, the Center will serve as a hub for educating the general public in the following fields: Hospitals and healthcare facilities. Healthcare administration. Human resources for managers in the healthcare field including recruitment and training. Medical insurance issues including observation status issues. Primary care and/or wellness and/or prevention issues. Palliative care and/or hospice issues. Disability and healthcare issues. Healthcare resource and funding. Public health issues. Pharmacy and technology. Ancillary services. The only prerequisite needed for inclusion in the Center’s activities is to be a student, alumni or approved affiliate of St. Joseph’s College. The following are concluding recommendations for the proposed Center: 1) The Center should have a virtual presence including a website and offerings of related online coursework. 2) The Center should be open to a “Collegiate Alliance” with other post- secondary institutions. One of the purposes of this alliance is to
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increase synergies and potentially enhance enrollment in related online programs at St. Joseph’s College.
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