May 24, 2024  
2021-2023 Graduate Catalog 
    
2021-2023 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

MHA 6315 - Patient Centeredness & Change

Credits: 3 hrs
The course focuses on patient-centeredness as required change that favors patients and improves quality. The direct and indirect effects of health provider patient-centeredness on health outcomes are examined across medically underserved and other patient populations, healthcare settings, and health providers. Within the components of medical quality, patient-centeredness’ roles as a casual driver of equity, safety, effectiveness, and timeliness is examined. Implementing patient-centered organizational change4 is addressed, using recognized measures and instruments, national random datasets, and evidence-based investigations.
Prerequisite(s): MHA 5303 , MHA 5305 , MHA 5310