CBDMHLTH 6008: Cognitive Bias and Applied Decision Making Strategies in HEALTHCARE

CBDMBUS 6001: Cognitive Bias and Applied Decision Making Strategies in HEALTHCARE

Brief Description: Course identifies, explains, analyzes, evaluates, & manages cognitive bias/heuristic behaviors associated with healthcare administration, healthcare policy development, healthcare delivery, biomedical ethics, public health, pharmaceuticals, healthcare service mgmt., home health care, telemedicine, & research decision making

Catalogue Description: In this CBDMHLTH course specific comprehensive skills to recognize and manage cognitive bias, heuristics, ethical dilemmas, and human behavior involved in decision making related to healthcare administration, policy development and implementation, clinical and service delivery, pharmaceutical development and distribution, and translational research will be taught. You will gain the knowledge to understand, recognize, and measure the impact of implicit bias and human behavior in designing and managing collaborative projects targeting value, quality, and access for providers and patients. You’ll learn to develop and establish policy insights to lead individuals and organizations through the changing health reform landscape mined with implicit bias dangers. This course covers how to gain stakeholder support of healthcare business marketing, service delivery, third party and fee for service reimbursement and quality improvement plans throughout their implementation and ongoing lifecycle reevaluation. At course‚Äôs completion you will be able to accurately assess value and impact through an unbiased lens: innovative policies, products, translational research, and services on the end consumer/patient; effectively establish proof of concept and implementation requirements for quality change; apply critical thinking to pharmaceutical applications and outcomes; formulate sustainable positive result oriented strategies for all involved stakeholders; identify, understand, and use integrated systematic approaches across administrative, clinical, and service healthcare functions to gather, analyze, and access competitive unbiased business intelligence and science based information and analytics.

Roles: Epidemiologists, Scientists, Healthcare Administration Professionals, Healthcare Advocates, Health Care Delivery Professionals (Physicians, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Dentists, Chiropractors, Physical/Occupational Therapists, Allied Health Professionals) Healthcare Laboratory Professionals, Healthcare Legal Experts, Healthcare Policy Professionals, Public Health professionals, Pharmaceutical Representatives, Healthcare/Pharmaceutical Researchers, Healthcare Analyst, Third Party Payer Professional