Clinical Services Management

The Clinical Services Management curriculum is an on-line Bachelor of Sciences degree that formulates the student to enter executive and command environment within healthcare management. CSM Students are qualified for the same economic aid and university assets as any TTUHSC student. Some fees are removed due to the distance education aspect of this program, so schooling and pay are less than many other conventional programs. Out-of-state students pay a distance learning fee and do not pay out-of-state schooling as marked in the TTUHSC prospectus.  A mixture of students from clinical environment who are transitional into executive post. Collaborator of Applied Sciences students who are searching a Bachelor's degree, as well as alternative students with a precise interest in healthcare management have strongly completed this schedule without moving from their home area or dropping work. Students may attend on a part time or full time basis. The clinical services management recognizes perfection in terms of performing within a structured and managed clinical environment. Clinical management Provides evidence based information to support patient care - risk factors and danger signs, specimen collection, diagnosis, pharmacological management, and case management. It Provides information for different levels of healthcare, ranging from home to tertiary hospital. Knowing the risk, early diagnosis and adequate treatment prevents severe outcome from influenza virus infection.

  • Principles of Clinical Services Management
  •  Marketing Principles and Entrepreneurship
  • Healthcare System and Health Policy in USA
  • Healthcare System and Health Policy in Australia
  • Community Health Issues
  •  Quality Assurance/Risk Management
  • Healthcare Law/Ethics
  •  Healthcare Management Information Systems
  • Capital Project Design
  •  Long Term Care Management
  •  Rehabilitation Counseling Policy and Practice

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