The Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management at the IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health prepares students for entry-level managerial and administrative positions in health care organizations, including medical and dental practices, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, hospitals and health systems, insurance companies, and more. After completing the Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management, students will be able to:
Domain One: Communication and Relationship Management
1A. Build and manage a network of healthcare professionals, including peers, faculty, and program alumni.
1B. Demonstrate effective written communication and oral communication skills.
1C. Collaborate in diverse teams utilizing interpersonal skills, recognizing and demonstrating sensitivity to diverse points of view.
Domain Two: Professionalism
2A. Demonstrate behaviors that align with ethical, legal and professional standards.
Domain Three: Inclusive Leadership
3A. Develop inclusive leadership skills to ensure all team members are valued, inspired, and respected.
Domain Four: Knowledge of the Healthcare System
4A. Describe the structure and functioning of health delivery, public health, and health services organizations and the importance of a population health perspective.
Domain Five: Business Skills and Knowledge
5A. Apply quality, strategic planning, organizational behavior, marketing, and human resource theories and tools to manage organizational resources, confront industry challenges and improve outcomes in health organizations.
5B. Utilize data and health information technology to inform organizational performance and decision making.
5C. Utilize financial tools, principles, concepts, and practices to determine and understand the financial performance of health services organizations.