602.880.86 Population Health Management Integrative Activity
- Online Programs for Applied Learning
- 4th term
- 4 credits
- Academic Year:
- 2019 - 2020
Must have completed all 1st year courses to enroll in this course. Enrollment requires Advisor's Permission.
This integrative activity is a required course for OPAL students enrolled in the MAS in Population Health Management.
This course will involve the research, analysis, and writing of a complete and independent population health management strategy. This activity requires students to draw upon the relevant evidence-based concepts of population health and population health management provided through the curriculum. No new material will be covered. The finalized project will be in the format of a consulting report to senior leadership and contain an executive summary in addition to, introduction, background, assessment and analysis, findings, and recommendation sections. The final project paper will represent an integrated and synthesized assessment of population health management paradigm of Know-Engage-Manage as applied to a defined community.
- Learning Objectives:
- Establish goals and objectives for improving health outcomes that incorporate an understanding of the social determinants of health and the socioeconomic environment in which the organization functions
- Construct a multi-sector collaboration of key provider, community-based organizations, and other relevant sectors, based on identified population health needs, quality and cost of care for individuals and populations
- Recommend an evidence-based population health management strategy to reduce burden of illness and related impact (e.g. costs, avoidable utilization, productivity or other population health level measure(s)
- Propose an implementation and evaluation plan using feasible and valid measures
- Methods of Assessment:
Integrative Activity: Workplan: 2-3 page Outline (draft 1): 15%, Integrative Activity (draft 2): 35%, Integrative Activity Final Paper: 50%
- Enrollment Restriction:
Restricted to students in MAS in Population Health Management
- Instructor Consent:
No consent required