Health Care Management (HCMN)
HCMN 517 LONG-TERM CARE ETHICAL PROBLEMS (3)
Applying long-term care law, rules, theory and clinical and administrative best practice to the solution of practical ethical problems common in long-term care. Prerequisites: HLTH 207 or instructor's permission.
HCMN 519 LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION (3)
An introduction to institutional and community-based long-term care facility administration. Examines law, rules and nationally established domains of nursing home and residential care managerial practice within an ethically based philosophy of care. Prerequisites: HLTH 207, HCMN 305, and HCMN 413 or instructor's permission.
HCMN 535 HEALTH INFORMATION AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT (3)
HCMN 541 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH ADMINISTRATION (3)
Examines legal and ethical issues in the administration of health programs. Emphasis is placed on the impact of cost-containment efforts, quality and malpractice concerns, efforts, quality and malpractice concerns, profit seeking in health, biomedical advances and new delivery mechanisms. Not open to students who successfully completed HLTH 541.