Health Finance & Economics

HCMT 320
Description: Students gain a systematic overview of the financial operations of common health care organizations, both public and private. They gain knowledge about various financial techniques and tools applied to health care settings including revenue stream management, budgeting and resource management allocation, and third party payer management. Students identify and analyze key issues confronting the financial management of health care systems and provide strategies for effective management of these financial challenges. This course will emphasize the intersection and integration of health resources management, both clinical and financial, in quality improvement efforts.

Prerequisite: Complete one of these groups: HCMT-210 and MGMT-230 (Financial Systems for Management) OR HCMT-210 and ACCT-130 (Financial Acct.) and ACCT-140-(Managerial Acct.)
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats  
Fall
HCMT 320-40 Online Online 08/31/15 - 10/16/15 Lewis 10 Register
Spring
HCMT 320-45 Online Online 03/16/15 - 05/01/15 Lewis 9 Register