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[Video: Background music begins.]
[Video: Opening Title: IUPUI, Indiana University, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health]
Sarah Johnson speaks: I think most people see healthcare as the clinical practicioner side – you’re a nurse, you’re a doctor…
[Video: Person is walking on a skybridge between two buildings]
[Words appear: Health Services Management Curriculum Highlights]
[Video: Person walking into the Health Sciences building]
Sarah Speaks: but people don’t always think about what’s happening behind the scenes and that’s really what Health Services Management is all about…
[Video: people walking in the halls of a hospital]
[Video: Sarah sits and talks at the camera]
[Words appear: Sarah Johnson, HSM Program Director]
Sarah Speaks: Health Services Management curriculum really focuses on the core concepts of business:
[Video: Shows Dr. Nir Menachemi teaching in one of his classes.]
Sarah Speaks: management, strategic planning, leadership, ethics, but you learn about those business concepts through the lens of healthcare.
[Video: Shows Dr. Josh Vest in his classroom setting talking to his students]
[Words appear: What was your favorite Health Services Management course?]
[Video: Shows Jay Patel sitting on a couch talking]
[Words appear: Jay Patel, Student, Organizational Behavior and HR Course]
Jay speaks: Organizational Behavior dives into how to effectively manage individuals, teams, or the organization institute itself
[Video: shows Dr. Mazurenko on a couch in a conference room]
[Words appear: Dr. Olena Mazurenko, Instructor, Organizational Behavior and HR]
Olena Speaks: This course talks specifically about why people behave a certain way in their organization and what can we do about it.
[Video: Goes to Olena’s class and students are working at computers. Then we see them sitting at their desks taking notes.
Olena Speaks: We talk about teamwork, we talk about leadership, how to manage conflicts and be a good negotitator…
[Video: We see a student talking with someone in Student Services and they are laughing together.]
[Video: Pans back to Olena on the couch talking]
Olena Speaks: So I think those are all the skills that every single health care administrator needs to have.
[Video: Shows Dr. Johnston on a couch in a conference room speaking]
[Words appear: Dr. Ann Johnston, Instructor, Health Systems Administration]
Ann Speaks: It’s a foundational course at an upper level. So they’re had an introduction to the U.S. healthcare system, but we take a deeper dive into each of the components, but specifically with what’s going on with current events and the Affordable Healthcare Act.
[Video: Pans back to student, Jay Patel, sitting on a couch talking]
Jay Speaks: I like the hands-on learning piece, the experimental side of that. Um, every class session will do some kind of activity and then will tie that back into the real world.
[Video: Pans back to Dr. Josh Vest’s class and him teaching up at the front while pointing to the whiteboard]
[Words appear: What was our favorite Health Services Management course?]
Taylor speaks: Definitely Healthcare Information Technology course. I say that because…
[Video: Shows a conference room where Taylor is sitting talking to the camers]
[Words appear: Taylor Driver, Student, Healthcare Information Technology course]
Taylor speaks: healthcare is forever evolving and is changing.
[Video: Shows Dr. Nir Menachemi in his classroom teaching to students sitting at tables listening to him.]
Taylor speaks: I was not aware of, um, how big of an impact technology played in healthcare prior to taking this course
[Video: goes back to the conference room where a student is speaking to the camera]
[Words appear: Micah Fischer, Student, Practicum/Career Preparation Course]
Micah speaks: I would definitely say that my favorite class would be Sarah Johnson’s Practicum class. It put things into perspective for me.
[Video: pans to a classroom with students sitting at a computer talking with Rachel Forster, Associate Director of Undergraduate Education & Recruitment.]
Micah speaks: It allowed me to realize what this career really had to hold for my future.
Naqeeb speaks: If you’re a senior or even a junior, it gets you ready for the real world, like how to look for jobs…
[Video: shows a student in a room talking to the camera]
[Words appear: Naqeeb Rahman, student, Practicum/Career Preparation Course]
Naqeeb speaks: how to prepare your resume, and how to tailor it for the specific employer that you’re submitting it to.
[Video: pans back to Sarah Johnson in a conference room speaking to the camera]
[Words appear: Sarah Johnson, Instructor, Practicum/Career Preparation Course]
Sarah speaks: Students are exposed to a healthcare career explorations course early on in the curriculum that exposes them to all the different functional areas within healthcare that they might want to consider as a future career path.
[Video: Shows five students walking side-by-side down a hallway, talking, and laughing]
Sarah speaks: That’s done early because that then allows students to focus on their elective credits.
[Video: Pans to a student talking to Dr. Carole Kacius, Associate Dean for Education and Training in the School of Public Health]
Sarah speaks: So if you’re inspired by marketing, you can take the marketing class, if you’re inspired by long-term care, you can take that elective class.
[Video: Shows a student in a conference room sitting at a table talking to the camera]
[Words appear: Trevor Cunningham, Student]
Trevor speaks: Here at the school of public health, we actually have specialized programs in classes that are targeted towards health-related topics.
[Video: Pans back to Sarah Johnson in her office talking to the camera]
Sarah speaks: So we really do care about students figuring out what it is that they want to do early on, gaining the right experience for whatever that is in the middle of the program, and then making sure they are fully prepared to enter the workforce that final year.
[Video: pans to the final white screen with writing: IUPUI, Indiana University, Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health]
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