This course examines the complexities and multiple issues involved in human resources management in health care organizations. Students will examine the strategic role of human resource management in response to changes in the health care industry. In addition, issues such as recruitment, retention, performance management, organizational development, and employee relations are examined. Federal, state, and professional regulatory requirements specific to health care are emphasized.
Identify recruitment and selection strategies and methods as part of workforce planning needs.
Differentiate between job analysis, job description, and job specification.
Identify the different components of the selection process.
Future of Human Resources in Health Care
Examine the changing role of human resource management in response to changes in the health care industry.
Identify current and future human resource issues in health care.
Recognize the due diligence of progressive discipline of employees.
Identify barriers and guidelines for effective performance appraisals.
Describe performance appraisal standards.
Training and Development
Describe the process for tracking and evaluating training effectiveness.
Explain the importance of measuring competencies in the health care profession.
Explain why training and education are vital in health care.
Human Resources in Health Care
Examine the effect of legal, safety, and regulatory requirements on human resource processes.
Describe the functional roles of the human resource department.
Identify human resource management’s role in the health care industry.
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