Medical Economic Control
Credits: 2 | Workload: 40 h | Contact time: 20 h | Self study: 20 h | Group size: 25 Participants
Learning outcomes / Competences
1. Identify the importance of corporate management and control in the healthcare industry.
2. Calculate a budget for a company.
3. Define control parameters.
4. Describe process management and process cost accounting.
5. Explain critical medical-economic models and projects within a health policy framework.
6. Relevant coding systems in medical reimbursement.
- Basics, goals, tasks, methodology and differences in corporate management as well as the market positioning of companies in the healthcare market. Goals and target systems, including functions of goals and strategic corporate goals.
- Basic strategic and operational management.
- Fundamentals and functions of control.
- Organisational classification of control/process management.
- Auditing and implementing changes e.g. in project management.
- Company-specific control concepts (service and production companies), key figures and key figure systems.
- Conventional budgets, objectives and levels of zero-based budgeting. Different framework conditions for controls in different corporate groups (e.g. hospitals, industrial companies) in the healthcare market.
- Cost accounting as a basis for controls.
- Budgeting in the hospital according to the fee catalogue by examples. Resource management e.g. in medical material consumption and personal growth.
- Early warning systems in hospitals. Calculation matrix for DRG calculations.
- Defining the basic classification tools e.g. ICD-11.
- Practical exercises for CL trainees (best practice).
Course Form: Seminars
Participation Requirements: 5 years professional practice as a CL
Exam Form: Multiple Choice
Requirements for the award of credit points: Passed test