HSM 3621: Health Care Leadership in a Crisis

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Developing and activating an emergency management plan during a health care crisis takes leadership and management expertise. It's often said, \"Leaders are identified in times of crisis.\" You will learn how to execute many important crisis leadership actions: Detect issues before they reach an emergency level. Apply strategic thinking and decision-making skills in crisis situations through a well-organized, executable plan. Mitigate the safety, financial, and operational effects of a health care emergency. Find opportunities amid the crisis to improve the organization and prevent future crises. Throughout the course, you will hear from experts on how they have led internal and external stakeholders through a crisis, including COVID-19. Prerequisites: None.

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