HP&M 858 Organizational Behavior in Healthcare
Healthcare as a cultural and socio-behavioral system is presented. Using research and theory, students explore alternative perspectives on the nature of medicine and healing within comparative health systems, both U.S. and abroad. Students examine at an advanced level how healthcare organizational structures contribute to patient health outcomes and influence employee behaviors. The course reinforces the nature and characteristics of the health professions, particularly medicine and nursing perceptions, and the complex behavioral dynamics of health professionals with organizational leaders. LEC
Master of Health Services Administration
The Master of Health Services Administration (MHSA) degree prepares students for leadership roles in the health care sector, including positions in hospitals, health care systems, long-term care facilities, clinics, insurance firms, health departments, and government agencies. The MHSA offers a systematic examination of the health care system, exposure to the impact of health policy and the policy process, a mastery of analytic methods, and a broad exposure to the practice of health care management. Classes are taught on the KUMC campus and offered in the late afternoon and evening.
Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management
...3) HP&M 819 Research for Healthcare Leaders (3) (MHSA program course) HP&M 858...
Graduate Certificate in Health Administration
...organizational leaders. Spring HP&M 822: Healthcare Economics...project analysis. Fall HPM 858: Health and Social...