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Milken Institute School of Public Health
Health Policy and Management (HPM)
HSML
6269
Quality and Performance Improvement
Quality & Performance Improve
Summer 2015
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Limited to Master of Health Administration degree students
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HSML 6268
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Theory of quality and performance improvement in health services organizations and systems. Emphasis on the Deming method of continuous quality improvement (CQI). Lean; Six Sigma; IHI quality improvement program; Baldrige criteria; patient safety; and quality tools
1. Apply the Deming method of continuous quality improvement as applied in HSOs 2. Discuss the contributions to quality and performance improvement (Q/PI) by quality theorists such as Juran, Crosby, Shewhart, and Taguchi 3. Comprehend and apply process variation concepts to the work of managers 4. Employ the basic tools and techniques of quality improvement 5. Describe the uses of quality improvement frameworks such as Lean, Six Sigma, and Baldrige to improve productivity 6. Understand and leverage the operational applications of Q/PI in an HSO 7. Sharpen written and oral communication skills
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twilson (Fri, 17 Jul 2015 18:26:10 GMT): updated department to Health Policy and Management
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