Ohio Dominican University
  • Columbus, OH, USA
  • Part Time

Ohio Dominican University is continually searching for part-time faculty to teach a variety of healthcare administration courses in its Master of Science in Healthcare Administration (MSHA) program. We maintain a file of potential candidates that we review when a specific need arises. We contact candidates when a match is identified and keep these positions continually posted in order to maintain an active and up to date pool.   The Division of Business offers MSHA courses in eight-week sessions in the fall, spring, and summer terms. Classes are taught face-to-face, on the main campus of Ohio Dominican University, once a week, 6:00PM 9:00PM. Those candidates possessing a graduate degree, professional experience in the disciplines listed below, and specialized knowledge and experience in healthcare services management to support the full-time faculty will be considered.   We are currently looking for Part-Time Adjunct Faculty to teach the following courses:   MHA 540 Healthcare Informatics This course deals with the documentation, management, and use of health information. Topics covered in this course would include HIPAA, meaningful use of health technology, and the advantages of an Electronic Medical Record.   MHA 612 Strategic Human Resource Management and Employment Law This course deals with strategic planning in regard to organizing and controlling the performance of various activities concerned with procuring, developing, maintaining and utilizing a labor force so that the objectives and purposes of the organization are accomplished efficiently and effectively. The review and evaluation of strategic management responsibilities in the field of labor and personnel relations includes the role law, economics, behavior science, and culture play in the labor/management relations. Focusing on legal issues, the coursework covers contemporary issues in employment law, employee rights, and equal employment matters.   MHA 620 Marketing and Public Relations in Healthcare This course covers strategies for healthcare organization communication and marketing. Topics include patient and third-party relations, strategies and communications for better community health, and the development and analysis of market data relevant to the healthcare entity. The student will appreciate the importance of developing a unique identity for the healthcare organization, and the various ways available to sell that entity to patients and other referral sources.   MHA 640 Healthcare Economics This course applies economic analysis to decision making in healthcare organizations. It develops an understanding of the healthcare system and the markets for healthcare services. Students will study important techniques essential for the effective management in the delivery of healthcare services and exploration of new business opportunities. These include demand and supply analysis, benefit and cost analysis, incentive analysis, and profit and market analysis.   MHA 660 Ethics and Healthcare Services Management This course includes a comprehensive review of contemporary ethical issues in healthcare services management. As such, the course is designed to promote ethical awareness, ethical knowledge and skills. Students will study a variety of traditional moral theories, and using healthcare setting examples, work to develop an ability to critique approaches in each of the theoretical frameworks. The course will present the fundamental principles of the teaching of the Catholic Church on medicine and healthcare. Course work focuses on the analysis of the many complex ethical issues encountered by healthcare administrators, policy makers and practitioners.   Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter explaining your interests in teaching at Ohio Dominican University through the Ohio Dominican University website. If there is a suitable opening, the university will contact qualified applicants for an interview.    

Ohio Dominican University is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees, as we respect and seek to empower each individual and support the various cultures, perspectives, skills and experiences within our workforce.

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