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CHP 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Health Administration, Paper Organization, Academic Dishonesty

13 pages33 viewsSpring 2017

Department
Community Health Professions
Course Code
CHP 200
Professor
Ann Kopitzke
Lecture
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Dr. Deanne Shuman – CHP 390 U.S. Health Care Delivery System – Summer 2017
College of Health
Sciences
School of Community and Environmental
Health
CHP 390 U.S. Healthcare Delivery
System - Syllabus
Course Dates and Times: May 15, 2017 – August 4, 2017
Catalog Description: CHP 390 The U.S. Healthcare Delivery System.
3 Credits. The uniqueness of the U.S. healthcare delivery system will be
explored in terms of a systems framework and its complexity. The basic
characteristics that differentiate the U.S. healthcare delivery system from that of
other countries will be presented. An understanding of the U.S. health care
system has specific implications for health services managers. Prerequisite: CHP
200.
Prerequisites: Admission to Old Dominion University and passing grade in CHP
200 with at least a grade of C.
Instructor: Dr. Deanne Shuman, BSDH, MS, PhD, Professor
Please send e-mail anytime through the Blackboard course; this will get my
attention faster than regular email message. If you call and I am not available,
please leave a voice message and your telephone number. I do my best to
respond to requests for assistance within 24 hours.
Office Number: 757-683-4216 or School’s Main Office: 683-5900
Office Location: 1014 W. 46th Street, Room 3031
Email Address: [email protected]u.edu
Textbooks and Instructional Materiel:
Required Textbook:
Shi, L., & Singh, D. (2017). Essentials of the U.S. Health Care System, Fourth
Edition. Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett Learning
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Dr. Deanne Shuman – CHP 390 U.S. Health Care Delivery System – Summer 2017
Lovett-Scott, M. & Prather, F. (2014). Global Health Systems: Comparing
Strategies for Delivering Health Services. Burlington, MA: Jones and Bartlett
Learning.
Other Resources:
Readings will be supplemented by journal articles and online references within
the weekly lessons. Keep an eye on Blackboard for updates.
Selected On-line References:
APA Style Manual or http://www.apastyle.org
American Academy of Medical Administrators, http://www.aameda.org/
American College of Health Care Executives,
http://www.ache.org/aboutache.cfm
American Hospital Association, http://www.aha.org/
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, http://www.cdc.gov/
Healthy People 2020, https://www.healthypeople.gov/
Institute of Medicine, http://www.iom.edu/
National Institutes of Health, http://www.nih.gov /
Public Health Department of Canada, http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/index-
eng.php
The Joint Commission, http://www.jointcommission.org/
World Health Organization, http://www.who.int/en/
Student Learning Objectives/Outcomes:
After reading the text and completing online lectures, the student will be able to:
1. Identify the components of a healthcare system and required inputs.
2. Describe the three main components of Anderson’s model of healthcare
utilization.
3. Describe the environmental, social, economic and political influences on
the development of a country’s healthcare system.
4. Identify the differences between communicable and noncommunicable
diseases and their impact on healthcare systems.
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5. Analyze the development and operation of healthcare systems in the
context of micro- and macro-policy making.
6. Apply the concept of “tradeoffs” to the development of healthcare systems
and allocation of resources.
7. Describe the underlying principles of the four basic models of health care
(Beveridge, Bismarck, National Health Insurance, Out-of-Pocket.
8. Describe the basic mechanisms for central funding of healthcare delivery.
9. Analyze the impact of civil unrest and political instability on the
development of healthcare systems.
10.Describe the impact of colonialism on post-independence healthcare
delivery.
11.Analyze the impact of international monetary policies on the development
and delivery of healthcare services in developing countries.
12.Describe the impact of “informal payments” on access to healthcare
services.
13.Describe the development of the US healthcare delivery structure.
14.Explain how employer-provided health insurance became a central
component of the US healthcare system.
15.Apply the principles of the free market to the US healthcare system.
16.Explain the roles of nongovernmental organizations in the delivery of
healthcare services in developing countries.
Course Methodology:
A variety of methods will be used to foster the learning, understanding, and
application of U.S. and International Healthcare Systems. The textbooks and
accompanying PowerPoint slides will be the primary source of information, but
articles, videos and other online materials provided throughout the term will
supplement the texts.
WebEx, live video conferencing, will be conducted periodically to address
questions about course content or requirements. These sessions will be
conducted at the noon hour (EST) and your participation is optional, but
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