HC 465 Basic Issues in Community Based Health Care Delivery
F2OO 2006 WO
Hutton, Angeline E.
Bachelor of Science- Accounting & BusinessMaster of Health Administration
FTLW, Site # 10
Tuesday through Thursday - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
October 23, 2006 through December 17, 2006
5:00 - 10:20 PM
Health Care Delivery in the United States - 8th Edition - ISBN - 0-8261-2088-1
Kovner and Jones, editors - Springer Publishing Company
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Each student will be expected to obtain an undertanding of the history and overall theory of Community Health Care and Public Health issues along with different applications of Community Based Health Care Delivery - funding streams, data driven decision making and evidence based interventions.
This will be done by lectures, class discussions, class participation, research and evalutions.
Instructor Learning Outcomes
Course assessment will be presentation of one 6 - 8 page paper, presentation of the paper, followed by discussion and defense of presentation, along with weekly class discussion and participation, one midterm examination and 1 final examination.
Class participation - 25% of grade 90 - 100 = A
(Attendance at 90% of each class and full particiption in classroom discussion and projects)
Paper and presentation - 25% of grade 80 - 89 = B
Midterm examination - 25% of grade 70 - 79 = C
Final examination - 25% of grade 60 - 69 = D
below 69 = F
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Late work with a reasonable cause, major illness or death in family will be accepted up to 1 week late, but grade will be reduced 1 letter grade for any other reason.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
CELL PHONE MUST BE TURNED OFF AT ALL TIMES IN CLASS.
Text book chapters and homework assigned will be expected to have been read and completed prior to class to facilitate class room discussion.
October 24 - 1st class - chapters 1,2,3 and 4
October 31 - 2nd class - chapters 5,6 and 7
November 7 - 3rd class - chapters 8,9 and 10
November 14 - 4th class - Midterm exam
November 21 - 5th class - chapters 11,12 and 13
November 28 - 6th class - chapters 14,15 and 16
December 5 - 7th class - chapters 17 & 18 - Papers presented
December 12th - 8th and final class - final exam - class closure
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Attendance Policy:Instructors are required to maintain attendance records and to report absences via the online attendance reporting system.
Park University 2006-2007 Undergraduate Catalog Page 89-90
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Last Updated:10/15/2006 2:39:49 PM