AUPHAAssociation of University Programs of Health Administration
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The accrediting body for Health Care Administration Programs, the Association of University Programs of Healthcare Administration (AUPHA), has authored a Body of Knowledge whose purpose is to delineate the content that students in health management programs should learn during the course of their study.
The completion of the review of literature and the AUPHA guidelines brought the next phase of the review process which consisted of a curriculum mapping process, summarizing data gathered from program comparisons, surveys of alumni and health care professional and preceptors, and the development of a plan for the revisions if needed.
The curriculum mapping included reviewing each of the four courses in the previous curriculum (Introduction to Healthcare Management, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Healthcare, Healthcare Systems, and Healthcare Finance) to determine if the AUPHA recommended content was included and where it is being taught.
Likewise, the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), a not for profit association of university based educational programs, faculty and provider organizations has embraced unique learning opportunities as components of its mission Components of the AUPHA mission are: to promote graduate and undergraduate curriculum reforms and faculty development which respond to the changing needs of the health services delivery system.
Ann Arbor, MI: AUPHA Press/Health Administration Press.
Se desarrollaron programas en Australia y Europa y se establecio una red coordinada por la AUPHA y auspiciada por la FK.
You can order the directory by calling AUPHA at 202/638-1448, ext.
For a list (with links) of AUPHAs bachelors and graduate programs in health administration, please visit the Member Programs page.
The course was lengthened to 39 weeks, and in 1952, the program became accredited as a member of the Association of University Programs in Hospital Administration (AUPHA).
Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in HCA is fully credentialed by AUPHA and the Accrediting Commission of Education for Health Services Administration since the late 1960s, as well as being accredited as part of the Graduate School of Baylor University through the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities.
This crucial question will be addressed at the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA) 1994 Annual Meeting, to be held at the Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel in San Diego, California from June 10-12.
The AUPHA Annual Meeting will precede the Association for Health Services Research (AHSR) and Foundation for Health Services Research (FHSR) Annual Meeting, which will be held June 12-14, 1994.