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Certificate in Long Term Care Administration {18-19}

Certificate in Long Term Care Administration

Description
The Certificate in Long Term Care Administration expands the student's understanding of senior support services; legal, ethical and financial implications; leadership strategies; and design of living environments for aging populations.

Admission Requirements

Health care experience preferred

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the Certificate in Long Term Care Administration, the student will:

  • Describe leadership and organizational management strategies needed to work in long-term care settings.
  • Describe the needs of the aging populations and resources available to them.
  • Demonstrate concepts of fiscal resource allocation and information systems specific to senior support services.
  • Describe performance improvement initiatives used in long-term care settings to improve quality, safety, and efficiency of resident services.
  • Describe federal and state laws, rules, and regulations as they apply to long-term care settings.

Core Requirements ( 18 credits )

HSAD 400 Aging in the United States: Introduction to Gerontology and Senior Support Care (3)
HSAD 403 Health Informatics (3)
HSAD 417 Quality Management in Healthcare (3)
HSAD 419 Healthcare Finance and Reimbursement Methods (3)
HSAD 421 Long Term Care Administration (3)
HSAD 422 Regulatory Methods in Health Care (3)