rhm420 | undergraduate
The Management Of Retail Health Clinics
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Management and Support Functions of Health Clinics
- Describe corporate support functions.
- Describe field operations within a retail health clinic.
- Describe collaboration among the retail store and the pharmacy management.
- Describe field operations within health system-partnered clinics.
- Describe internal clinic performance scorecards.
- Explain training and communication opportunities with staff.
- Describe local marketing efforts to support retail health clinics.
Day-to-Day Clinic Management
- Describe management principles.
- Explain staffing needs in retail health clinics and health systems.
- Explain daily management/staff responsibilities used in retail health clinics and health systems.
- Describe general regulatory and compliance guidelines used within health clinics.
- Describe clinic logistics and atmosphere.
- Explain customer engagement opportunities with providers.
- Explain the importance of quality of care coordination.
Supporting Clinical Outcomes
- Differentiate the care within retail health clinics and health systems.
- Explain the relationship between retail health clinics and patient outcomes.
- Describe the mechanisms used to capture patient data.
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