Health Services (HSV)

HSV 550 Health Services Research (3 credits)

Explores the history of health research, basic principles and types of research in order that health professionals will be able to critically evaluate research in their respective fields. This course is a combination of lecture, discussion and experiential learning designed to instill a critical understanding of the research process for application to clinical practice.

Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Graduate level students.

HSV 551 Managed Health Care (3 credits)

This course is an introduction to managed care including current and evolving models, terminology, and differences among insurers and payer types. The course will focus on the use of financial incentives to restrain healthcare costs and the role of utilization review, peer review, provider.

Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Graduate level students.

HSV 700 Integ Capstne Crs in Hlth Serv (3 credits)

An integrative capstone course in which the student is expected to integrate and synthesize prior course work and to demonstrate competence in health services through the analysis of complex cases in health services delivery and management and the development of a case of his/her own based on experience and observation. Integrative Capstone should be the final course in the curriculum. Prerequisites: HAD 552, HAD 553, HAD 555, HAD 556, HAD 560, HAD 600, HSV 550, HSV 551, and HSV 554

Prerequisites: HAD 552 and HAD 553 and HAD 555 and HAD 556 and HAD 560 and HAD 600 and HSV 550 and HSV 551

Restrictions: Enrollment is limited to Graduate level students.