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Course Listing For HHS Courses

  • HHS 255 Medical Terminology and Documentation

    This is an introduction to medical language and its documentation via a systems approach to terminology. Students will learn the essentials of documentation in a medical setting including the SOAP notes, basic record keeping, coding and reimbursement, HIPAA regulations and more.
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  • HHS 310 Skilled Nursing Care Management

    In this course the student will learn how to develop and implement services consistent with the resident’s needs and preferences by exploring the following: medical and nursing practices, activities of daily living, nutrition and food services, physical care and safety, customer service concepts, resident rights and civil liberties, documentation of services and meeting the psychosocial and spiritual needs of the residents.
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  • HHS 315 Normal Aging and Disease Changes

    The student will contrast the normal changes of aging against those caused by disease or injury. This will include psychosocial changes and the effect of societal and economic pressures on the elderly.
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  • HHS 320 Human Resource Management

    The student will develop policies that include federal, state, and local laws as they relate to resident care and employee interactions. They will analyze the aspects of planning, implementing and evaluation of recruitment, performance appraisal, training, marketing, confidentiality, and cultural diversity for healthcare employees.
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  • HHS 321 Client or Patient?

    Students will develop and implement services consistent with the diverse needs of people in a continuum of care including independent living, assisted living, adult day care, and residential care (unskilled). They will construct a model of needs, services, manpower, housing, food services, physical care and safety, resident's rights and liberties, ethics, documentation considerations, and basic regulatory and financial considerations.
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  • HHS 325 Home and Hospice Care

    The student will develop and implement services consistent for patients in a home and/or hospice care setting by exploring the following: medical and nursing practices, activities of daily living, nutrition and food services, physical care, security and safety, customer service concepts, transportation, ethics, documentation of services and the meeting the psychosocial and spiritual needs of the patients.
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  • HHS 330 Environment of Care (EOC) Management

    In this course the student will investigate three facets critical to long term healthcare facility management: Safety, Finance, and Patient Care including federal, state and local inspections and regulations.
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