Course syllabus for HLAD 430 Ambulatory System Management
Course description: Renewed interest in ambulatory care has created a demand for knowledge and expertise in organizing and managing such programs. This course is designed to provide the student with technical knowledge to organize, direct, coordinate, plan and control ambulatory care programs. The focus will be on medical group management with applications and illustrations drawn from HMO programs. Topics include: governance, the medical staff, logistic systems, facility design, the role of the administrator, and marketing. Attention will be paid to the administrative dimension of primary care practice.
Miller, Irwin, "HLAD 430 Ambulatory System Management" (1985). Health Administration Syllabi. 58.