Telecommute – US National
Course Developer/Subject Matter Expert, Healthcare Administration
Job ID: 2019-113267
Institution: Chamberlain University
Employment Type: Temporary Part-Time
FLSA Status: U.S. – Exempt
Opportunity at a Glance
Chamberlain University is pleased to announce a new opportunity for a Healthcare Subject Matter Expert (SME) to develop curriculum for online degree programs in the field of healthcare for our College of Health Professions.
This is a unique, rewarding opportunity to help us design courses that will help Chamberlain students build the essential values, behaviors and knowledge base to enjoy successful careers in the healthcare profession.
Working closely with our Program Director, Instructional Designers and curriculum technology team, you will help draft a course outline, develop course objectives, prepare new course content, recommend learning activities, create project assignments, and develop grading rubrics.
We seek Subject Matter Experts for the following areas of instruction:
Healthcare Administration Ethics, Policy, and Law (Master’s level)
The SME will develop curriculum related to evolving healthcare policy, processes, ethics, and law at organizational, regulatory, risk, and governmental levels. Students may be expected to critically analyze contemporary healthcare ethical issues, policies, and laws that influence organizational management and delivery of healthcare services. Topics may include include privacy law, ethical decision making, fraud, tax exemption, and healthcare policy.
Health Care Financial Management and Reimbursement Models (Master’s level)
The SME will develop curriculum to help provide students with the knowledge and skills of financial and resource management and the principles, processes, and strategies used to manage budgets in healthcare organizations. Studentsmay learn may apply financial and analytical skills that enable the management of operating expenses, revenue, capital, performance metrics, and cost controls associated with staffing/skill mix, reimbursement models, and cost allocation.
The US Healthcare Delivery Systems and Economy (Bachelor’s Level)
The SME will develop curriculum to help guide the student through an exploration of the history of the U.S. public and private healthcare systems. The course will be designed to provide an overview of historical development, organization and components, professional roles within systems, and an introduction to the role of management of these elements of both systems. The course may also introduce accreditation, health policy, and system evaluation as it pertains to both the public and private sectors of healthcare.
Introduction to Healthcare Governance, Ethics, Policy, and Law (Bachelor’s Level)
The SME will develop curriculum for a course that will serve as an introduction to healthcare governance, law, and policy, and the links of each to ethics. Students will explore current and past health policy as it relates to public health, disaster preparedness, safety, quality, efficacy, cost, and healthcare delivery across settings.
As Course Developer/SME you may create:
New curriculum guide
Textbook review and selection (if appropriate)
Project, assignments, and/or labs
New course content
Suggested onsite activities
You are encouraged to apply for this opportunity if you have:
A Master’s degree in a healthcare-related discipline (public health, health services, healthcare administration/finance etc.) is required; candidates with a PhD or professional doctorate in healthcare or closely related field (EdD, MD, JD, DBA)are encouraged to apply for this opportunity
Experience developing graduate-level curriculum as an SME, course…