HSM 4588: Long Term Care Quality Management and Performance Improvement

2 Credits

This course integrates competencies, knowledge, and skills from three interrelated areas to support evidence-based management decision making in long term care. These areas include 1) problem-solving skills, 2) quality management and quality improvement practices, and 3) data analytics. Classwork consists of preclass readings, online preclass discussion, face-to-face one-day seminar, one-day comprehensive Excel homework assignment, and homework assignments. Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of the long term care field. Students without this knowledge are encouraged to meet with the instructor prior to registering to discuss ways of acquiring it. Skill with Excel is strongly recommended.

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