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Master SyllabusAll 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 UniversityBachelor of Arts in Health Care AdministrationCourse Prefix & Number:HSA 4222Course Title:Long Term Managed Care SystemsCourse Format:On-line Credit Hours:3.0 credit hoursCourse Schedule:Monday through SundayPrerequisites:N/ACo-requisites:N/AFaculty:(9)Name and credentialsPhoneEmailOffice Hours:Keiser Live day and time or Office HoursCourse Description:Discusses challenges of long-term care in the United States. Topics include examination of available services including hospitals, nursing homes, home health and hospice. It also examinesthe integration of these services into the healthcare systems of the United States. Program Mission:Keiser University’s Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Services Administration provides a basicunderstanding of health services administration and of the unique skills needed by a healthservice administrator. Topics include theoretical and practical skills-building coursework in boththe public and private sectors including topics such as healthcare leadership, healthcaremarketing, healthcare public policy, ethical and legal considerations in healthcare, healthcarefinance and research methods.Master Syllabus Template03-02-2017Page 1
Program Goal(s):The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its goals: To provide students with a comprehensive foundation in healthcare administrative theoryand practice pertinent to a successful career in healthcare managementTo develop a student’s ability to apply critical thinking, problem solving and professionalcommunication skillsTo prepare students to work within various healthcare settings while applying ethicalmanagement principles and upholding industry standardsTo give students a thorough understanding of the measurement of health and disease inour population, the roles of various types of health professions in the delivery of services