View Bill 17-18-10

Senate Bill 17-18-10

Bill ID: 17-18-10
PCC ID: 16067
Name: PCC Proposal to Establish a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Leading and Managing Healthcare Transformation
Proposed: 09/12/2017
Sponsor: PCC Committee
Proposal: The Robert H. Smith School of Business proposes to establish a 12-credit Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Leading and Managing Healthcare Transformation. In 2015, total spending on healthcare reached a staggering $3 trillion. Yet, despite extraordinary expenditure, the US healthcare system suffers from significant deficiencies with respect to both healthcare quality and cost. The healthcare sector is exceedingly volatile. As landmark legislation such as the Affordable Care Act of 2010 has fundamentally altered the healthcare landscape, policy makers and executives are increasingly concerned about the quality and cost of health care delivery. The health care industry is constantly coping with change, from the rise of pay-for-performance reimbursement practices to the evolving nature of the consumer market. Against this backdrop of transformational change, healthcare executives, administrators, and providers need a new set of knowledge, skills, and competencies to develop strategies and practices that will aid them in successfully navigating the constantly changing healthcare landscape.
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Status

Status: Under Review
Under Review By: Senate Executive Committee (SEC)
Received: 09/12/2017
Decision Due By: 09/19/2017
Actions: The SEC will discuss this proposal at its meeting on September 19, 2017.
Next Step: Senate Review


History

Reviewed By: Programs, Curricula, & Courses (PCC) Committee
Received: 08/25/2017
Decision Date: 09/01/2017
Decision: The PCC Committee voted to approve the proposal.
Actions: The PCC Committee considered this proposal at its meeting on September 1, 2017. The committee met with Michael Faulkender from the Smith School of Business to discuss the proposal. After discussion, the PCC Committee voted unanimously to approve the proposal.
Next Step: SEC Review