Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Table

BUS 3025 Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Table

Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Table

Your Name:

Role or Professional Area Chronic Care Model Component Services Provided Motivation Reimbursable by Insurance Education Needed Professional Organizations
Administration
Billing and Finance
Coding Analyst
Credentialing Coordinator
Customer Service Representative
Dietitian
Engineer
Facilities Management
Food Services
Health Economics
Housekeeping
Human Resources
Information Management
Laboratory
Marketing
Medical Records
Medicine
Nursing
Quality Improvement Specialist
Pharmacy
Physical Therapy
Radiology
Risk Management
Security
Social Work
Other (Identify Which)

Table Definition

Pick one field in which you could see yourself potentially managing or working after graduation. In one to two paragraphs, describe the role as you see it. Describe how you would motivate your colleagues and employees. Identify professional organizations pertinent to this role.

References

List your references in APA format. See Faculty Expectations for more information.

Community Health Care Roles and Functions

RESOURCES

In this activity, you will complete the last of three similar tables exploring health care settings, to help you understand the health care team you may manage. Review instructions for completing it in Unit 4, if necessary. In the final unit, you will review the three tables you have completed, to identify an area in which you might be interested in pursuing your health care management career. Spend some time exploring each area, even if you have already decided which setting you want to pursue. It is important to understand the roles of your health care colleagues, including what they do—and what motivates them.

Using the Community Health Care Roles and Functions Table, examine the health care professions and departments involved in public policy, outcomes, and social marketing aspects of the health care field. Note that the list from the table is not all-inclusive. These are simply some of the most visible roles involved in community support and government policy regarding health care.

Determine the following for each role or professional area:

  • Where it fits as a component in the chronic health care model (refer to the Unit 4 media piece).
  • What the job duties entail, or what services the job provides.
  • What might motivate individuals in that job role (typically more than money).
  • Whether the role is reimbursable by insurance.
  • What specific education or preparation is required for the role (include degree and topic of study, such as bachelor’s degree in nursing).
  • The name of the primary professional organization representing the role.

Pick one field in which you could see yourself potentially managing or working after graduation. In one or two paragraphs, describe the role as you see it. Describe how you would motivate your colleagues and employees. Identify professional organizations pertinent to this role.

Community Health Care Roles and Functions Table

Your Name:

The following roles are involved in public policy, outcomes, and social marketing aspects of the health care field.

Role or Professional Area Chronic Care Model Component Services Provided Motivation Reimbursable by Insurance Education Needed Professional Organizations
City Planner

 

Data Analyst

 

Epidemiologist or Infectious Disease
Food and Drug Inspector
Health Department – City, County, and State
Health Inspector
Health Policy Advisor
Health Policy Specialist
Lawyer

 

Lobbyist

 

Marketing

 

Patient Care Director
Politician

 

Public Health

 

Other (Identify Which)

 

Table Definition

Pick one field in which you could see yourself potentially managing or working after graduation. In one to two paragraphs, describe the role as you see it. Describe how you would motivate your colleagues and employees. Identify professional organizations pertinent to this role.

References

List your references in APA format. See Faculty Expectations for more information.

BUS 3025 Primary Healthcare Roles and Functions Table

Tertiary Health Care Roles and Functions Table

RESOURCES

Using the Primary Health Care Roles and Functions Table, examine the primary health care professions and departments listed in the left column. Note that the list from the table is not all-inclusive. These are simply some of the most visible roles in primary health care.

Determine the following for each role or professional area:

  • Where it fits as a component in the chronic health care model (refer to the Unit 4 media piece).
  • What the job duties entail, or what services the job provides.
  • What might motivate individuals in that job role (typically more than money).
  • Whether the role is reimbursable by insurance.
  • What specific education or preparation is required for the role (include degree and topic of study, such as bachelor’s degree in nursing).
  • The name of the primary professional organization representing the role.

Once you have completed the table, pick one field in which you could see yourself potentially managing or working after graduation. In one or two paragraphs, describe the role as you see it. Describe how you would motivate your colleagues and employees. Identify professional organizations pertinent to this role.

Be sure to complete the entire assignment. As with all of your assignments, examine the scoring guide (linked in the Resources) for guidance on earning optimal credit for your work.