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Master Syllabus All courses require a syllabus. Syllabi may be photocopied and/or posted on the class Blackboard Companion site. Faculty must review the course syllabus with students on the first day of class. . Keiser University Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration Course Prefix & Number: HSC 3010 Course Title: Healthcare Settings Analysis Course Format: Face to Face, On-Line, Hybrid Credit Hours: 3.0 credit hours Course Schedule: M, T, TH 9am-1pm Prerequisites: N/A Co-requisites: N/A Faculty: Name and credentials Phone Email Office Hours: Days and times, location Course Description: This course presents various approaches on the operation and quality management in healthcare. It will describe educational and social marketing applications in continuous quality improvement, assessment and process improvement research in health care settings. Program Mission: The Bachelor of Science in Health Science is a degree completion program for graduates of associate of science programs in allied health fields. The program supports expansion of the professional role with a focus on interdisciplinary collaboration, problem-solving and leadership capabilities for meeting the ever -changing needs of today’s dynamic healthcare system. Master Syllabus Template 03-02-17 Page 1
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Program Goal(s): Enhance students’ leadership abilities within the healthcare profession Explore the political, legal and ethical issues that impact on the practice of healthcare Foster interdisciplinary collaboration within a healthcare setting Develop a healthcare provider’s ability to educate clients, colleagues and the general public Course Objectives/Outcomes Upon completion of HSC3010, the student will: 1. Discuss the history of Quality-Improvement 2. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of CQI 3. Discuss the use of design, implementation and management processes 4. Discuss the Continuous Quality Improvement process 5.
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  • Summer '16
  • Dr. Duffy
  • ​continuous quality improvement​, Master Syllabus

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