hcs591 | Graduate
Creating A Sustainable Health Care Organization
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- Explain how perspectives on sustainability may change between leaders in different health care organizations.
- Explain the importance of organizational leadership within a sustainable health care organization.
- Describe ways to create a culture of conservation.
Supporting Behavioral Change
- Identify strategies for implementing organizational change.
- Determine strategies to achieve staff support and participation in change.
- Explain the role of a health care organization as a role model to the public.
- Explain the importance of sustainability for health care organizations.
- Define sustainability.
Assessing Institutional Practices
- Identify driving forces of institutional practices.
- Identify opportunities for institutional improvement.
- Explain the role of tracking and reporting for sustainability in health care organizations.
- Identify opportunities for innovation.
- Explain how innovation contributes to a sustainable health care organization.
Sustainability Challenges and Successes
- Identify challenges to becoming a sustainable health care organization.
- Identify examples of health care sustainability successes.
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