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PSHM 5080: Legal and Ethical Decision-Making in Healthcare
Online Synchronous | Wednesdays, 7-9:30pm | May 15-Jul 31
Focuses on principles & theories of law related to healthcare delivery, management & administration. Examines the application of laws on healthcare liability prevention & the risks managers face. Explores legal & ethical issues in healthcare systems; and investigates the healthcare administrator as decision-maker, leader and moral agent. Evaluates situations with potential ethical/legal implications.
Stephen Oliver | 3 GR credits | Elective
PSHM 5805: Health Information Systems and Applications
Online Synchronous | Tuesdays, 7-9:30pm | May 14-Jul 30
Examines how informatics in the health care industry improves patient care, health outcomes, efficiency, quality & evidence-based decision making; evaluates challenges and strategies for health care managers in implementing health information systems & their costs, benefits, and impacts in health care organizations. Analyzes key issues in data management, security, privacy and confidentiality. Prerequisite: Admission to HSM Graduate Certificate
Maria Kronenburg | 3 GR credits | Elective
After 27 years spent working with the most vulnerable of patients as a pediatric nutritionist with the UVA Health System, Ana decided to pursue her lifelong goal of teaching. She earned her doctorate in higher education and adult learning, and is now program director and assistant professor for the Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences Management and Certificate in Health Sciences Management programs.Read more
After earning a bachelor’s in biomedical engineering and a master’s in commerce from UVA, Kearby secured a job with a search and digital marketing firm. When he decided to make a career change and enter the HEALTHCARE management industry, he gained experience and expertise with an SCPS certificate. He now holds the title of Ambulatory Manager of Neurosciences Clinics at UVA Health System, and is responsible for all outpatient neurology and neurosurgery clinics as the leader of a 70+ person team.Read more