MBA 65000 - Healthcare Strategic Management
(3) This course takes an integrative approach to the creation and application of organizational strategy for healthcare executives. It examines how current business and management knowledge is applied to health care organizations to promote future success and competitive advantage.
Students will compare, contrast and appraise contemporary theory and models, create and critique an organization’s mission and vision, perform internal and external strategic assessments, evaluate competitive threats and responses, develop organizational strategies and measures of success, and evaluate decision-making approaches. This course will draw upon the analytical tools and managerial knowledge developed in earlier courses. Prerequisite: MBA 61800 Financial Statement Analysis, MBA 63100 Human Resource Management and Employment Law, MBA 66300 Business Ethics and MBA 67000 Corporate Finance. Offered: Fall
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