smh593 | Graduate
The Economics Of Health Care Sustainability
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Sustainable Goods and Resources
- Evaluate the effect that sustainable health care organizations have on business partners.
- Compare costs of health care organizations using, and not using, sustainable goods and resources.
- Analyze sustainable supply chains and support services.
- Determine appropriate sustainability benchmarks for a health care organization.
- Critique programs, services, and partners that monitor and evaluate sustainability effectiveness.
- Evaluate benefit-cost analysis of proposed sustainability projects.
Sustainability Initiatives in Healthcare
- Evaluate strategies to update and modify a health organizationâs sustainability initiatives over the long term.
The Sustainable Organization
- Explain theories and concepts of sustainability.
- Analyze the need for sustainability in health care organizations.
Financial Implications of Sustainability
- Explain the effect of sustainability on an organizationâs finances.
- Analyze the effect sustainable health care organizations have on the economy.
- Analyze the ways in which technology can be leveraged financially in a sustainable health care organization.
Process and Product Improvements
- Describe the sustainability benefits of improving an organizationâs processes and products.
- Analyze needs for process and product improvements in an organization.
- Evaluate strategies for creating process and product improvements in health care organizations.
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