Module 3 – Developing the third dimension of healthcare: population-based systems

Module 3 – Developing the third dimension of healthcare: population-based systems

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The learning objectives for this module are:

  • To explain what is meant by the terms ‘system’, ‘programme’ and ‘programme budget’

  • To understand the characteristics of ‘open’ and ‘closed’ systems

  • To understand the characteristics of ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ systems

  • To clarify the language of systems as used in healthcare, including ‘integrated care’ and population accountability

  • To examine what is meant by complexity in healthcare and the role of ‘complex adaptive systems’

  • To outline the seven steps in system design

  • To explain how networks deliver systems of care

By the end of this module you will be able:

  • To define what is meant by a system, and how systems relate to programmes and programme budgets 

  • To show how the concept of systems relates to those of integrated care, accountable care organisations and accountable care systems

  • To identify the ways in which the objectives for a system differ from the aim of a system

  • To set a series of objectives for a system

  • To define the scope of a system

  • To outline the different types of criteria or measures that can be used to monitor progress towards meeting system objectives

  • To explain how systems can increase the technical value of a health service

  • To define the term ‘action learning’ and the role of a community of practice 

Duration: 90 minutes approx
Access to module: 6 months from purchase
Price: £29.00 (Excl of VAT)

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