|Health and Wellness Management
||Benefit Plans & Providers
|Details: Strategically designed and administered health care plans are essential for worksites to attract and retain staff and manage costs. This course provides a solid introduction to the basic elements of employee benefits and how health plans and wellness programs fit into the overall benefit scheme. Students will learn how to evaluate health and wellness plans for return on investment [ROI], work with providers to design effective options, and implement management strategies to meet bottom-line and employee wellness goals. Prerequisites: HWM 320 Health and Medical Terminology; HWM 430 Population Health; HWM 350 Applied Research Methods. (F, Sp).
01/27/2014 - 05/09/2014
||4 of 25
||Special course tuition of $390 per credit applies to this course and the course may not be counted within the plateau. This may affect your Financial Aid; please contact the Financial Aid office at email@example.com or 715-425-4111 with questions about financial aid. Course textbooks are not provided by Textbook Services and must be purchased by the student. If you are a non-Health and Wellness Management major, please confirm with your academic advisor that this course will count towards your degree. For other questions, please contact Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-425-3256.