HC 4650 - Healthcare Project Management and Professionalism
This course applies skillsets acquired during the course of the program. It is important not only to learn how to utilize these skillsets but also to understand how cultural issues impact processes within the healthcare delivery system. In addition, the ability to compare and contrast research collaborations and business mergers and acquisitions is also essential to success as a professional within the healthcare industry. Finally, building professionalism in reporting is important when creating actionable items. The combination of all of these skillsets must inform any strategy for addressing change management, program implementation and evaluation. At the culmination of this course, students will have a baseline proficiency in the cultural aspects that are required to succeed as a healthcare informatics and analytics professional. Prerequisites: HC 4600, HC 4610, HC 4620, HC 4630, and HC 4640 - For Certificate Students; OR HC 4600 (or Academic Director approval), HC 4610, HC 4620, HC 4630, and HC 4640 - For Concentration Students
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Healthcare Leadership to see the next time this course is offered.