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Production Management in Health Institutions
Department / Program Health Management
Course Code 16408
Type of Course Required
Level of Course First Cycle
Year of Study 2016-2017
Semester Spring Semester
Number of National Credit 3
Number of ECTS 5
Name of Lecturer

Özlem ÖZER

Learning Outcomes At the end of this course the student will be able to, explain the term of production/operations management, evolution the historical of POM, describe the operations function and nature of the operations managers job, discuss the importance of product and service design, design facility and process layout, design of work systems, explain the importance of capacity planning, manage material requirement planning and inventory, define the term of performance and productivity and why it is important to health service organizations.
Courses Contribution to Program Learning Outcomes
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    1 2 3 4 5
 1-  To have knowledge about theoretical and practical information related to the field of health management and to be able to implement this knowledge X
 2-  To gain knowledge and skills on understanding, analyzing and directing administrative, financial, technical and medical process of health organizations. X
 3-  To have knowledge and skills on managing information systems on health management and to be able to effectively us it. X
 4-  To understand basic elements of health system in national and international level, to comprehend health planning and health policy, to analyze health sector economic and financially. X
 5-  To have knowledge and skills to make quantitative and qualitative analyses in health management and to be able to implement this knowledge. X
 6-  Critical and innovative thinking in problems faced during health management process, having the ability to use scientific methods and technics in decision making and problem solving. X
 7-  Following the changes in the field of health care management and have the ability to provide specific solutions related health care system of the country. X
 8-  Having the ability to conduct effective communication and teamwork X
 9-  Being aware of legal, social and ethical responsibilities, comply with the legal regulations and ethical principles of health management area. X
 
Prerequisites
Made of Delivery Face to Face
Work Placements NA
Recommended Optional Programme Components NA
Course Content Week Topics
1 Introduction to Production and Operations Management, Historical Development, Production Relations
2 Manufacturing Strategy, Manufacturing Strategy, Manufacturing Systems and Types, Service Design
3 Health Care Demand and Forecasting Methods
4 Health Care Demand and Forecasting Methods
5 Healthcare Facilities Investment Planning, Facility Location and Selection, Feasibility Assessment
6 Healthcare Facilities Investment Planning, Facility Location and Selection, Feasibility Assessment
7 Health Care Capacity Planning, Capacity Management
8 Health Care Capacity Planning, Capacity Management
9 Selection of Manufacturing Technology and Management in Health Care
10 Health Care Process Planning, Process Analysis
11 Health Care Process Planning, Process Analysis
12 Design and Residential Health Care Regulation
13 Work Study, Method Study, Time Study and the Methods of Process Development
14 Work Study, Method Study, Time Study and the Methods of Process Development
Recommended Readings 1. Kobu. B. (2003) Üretim Yönetimi. 11. Bası. Avcıol Basım Yayın. İstanbul
2. Üreten, S. (1999) Üretim/İşlemler Yönetimi. Stratejik Kararlar ve Karar Modelleri. Başar Ofset. Ankara
3. Stevenson, W.L., (2005) Production/Operations Management. ISBN (0-256-19723-7) Irvin Inc. USA.
4. Russell Roberta S , Taylar III , Bernard W. (2003) Operations Managment: Focusing on Quality and Competitiveness, Prenticer Hall
5. Demir,H., Gümüşoğlu,Ş., (2003) Üretim Yönetimi-İşlemler Yönetimi,  Beta Basım, İstanbul, , 975-295-294-1
Learning Activities and Teaching Methods Lecture, Discussion, Problem Solving
Assessment
  Number %
Mid-Term : 1 40
Quiz :
Assignment :
Project :
Assignment :
Laboratory :
Other :
Final Examination : 1 60
Language of Instruction Turkish
Work Placement NA
   
Activities Quantity Duration Total Work Load
Course Duration 14 3 42
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14 1 14
Assignments 14 5 70
Quizzes 1 4 4
Individual Study for Mid-term Exam(s) 1 10 10
Individual Study for Final Exam 1 10 10
Total Work Load     150
Total Work Load/ 30 (s)     5
ECTS Credit of the Course     5
   

 

 

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