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School of Policy, Planning and Development University of Southern California PPD 515: Strategic Management of Healthcare Organizations Intensive Semester |Session I: June 5 through 8, 2008 |Time: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM | |Session II: June 23 and 24, 2008 | | |Session III: July 14 and 15, 2008 | | Professor: Robert C. Myrtle, D.P.A. Office Phone: (213) 740-0378 FAX: (562) 439-2250 Home Phone: (562) 438-4359 E-Mail: myrtle@usc.edu Office Hours: By…show more content…
2. If you are not submitting your papers electronically, two copies are required. 3. Do not put your name on your work but use your student identification number instead. Case Analysis A number of cases and problem situations have been assigned as part of the formal course requirements. Most of these will be completed as part of the seminar activity. The remainder will be completed outside of the classroom and turned in for grading. In either event, you should keep in mind that you must be prepared to discuss each assigned case at the time scheduled in the syllabus. The best case discussions are mindful of the following—you have: taken a position that is decisive and specific, “done the math”. Many cases provide an opportunity to manipulate real data. You should recognize when this is appropriate and will attempt to solve the problem. Obtaining the right answer numerically is not nearly as important as recognizing when and where to do calculations, comparisons and to make inferences, when appropriate, discussed the downside of a proposed strategy, if there are negative repercussions. Be especially mindful of the costs involved in any new program or actions you recommend. The critical thing is that the benefits outweigh the costs For the last few semesters I have been experimenting with submitting your required case analysis as a PowerPoint presentation. This presentation
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