Courses Taught by David Hutton
HMP610: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis in Health
- Graduate level
- Both Executive Masters and Residential
- Fall term(s) for Executive Masters and residential students;
- 3 credit hour(s) for Executive Masters and residential students;
- Instructor(s): David Hutton (Residential/Executive Masters);
- Prerequisites: Perm. Instr
- Description: HMP 610 focuses on the use of cost effectiveness analysis to inform decisions about improving health. The course also covers a number of related analytical tools such as cost benefit analysis, decision analysis, and sensitivity analysis. Students will learn theoretical justifications for these tools as well as their limitations. The main goal is for students to understand when cost effectiveness analysis and related tools are appropriate and how to apply them in practice to a broad range of health issues.
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||HMP||MPH||Utilize Cost-Benefit / Cost-Effectiveness analysis framework along with decision analysis tools to evaluate the relative value of the outcomes from public health and healthcare interventions||HMP610|
HMP654: Operations Research and Control Systems
- Graduate level
- Executive Masters, Residential and Online MPH
- This is a second year course for Online students
- Fall term(s) for Executive Masters and residential students; Fall term(s) for online MPH students;
- 2-3 credit hour(s) for Executive Masters and residential students; 2 credit hour(s) for online MPH students;
- Instructor(s): David Mendez, David Hutton, (Residential/Executive Masters); David Mendez (Online MPH);
- Prerequisites: Biostat 501 or Biostat 521 or equiv and Grad Status
- Description: Provides rational framework for decision making for both operating and control systems in the hospital environment. Emphasizes basic modeling techniques and examples of actual hospital applications. Aims at thorough understanding of concepts of total value analysis, objective function formation, and exception reporting. Students become familiar with operations research techniques of inventory modeling, queuing, computer simulation, PERT/CPM, mathematical programming, and quality control. Presentation emphasizes objectives, constraints, and required assumptions of each of these techniques as applied to specific hospital examples.
HMP805: Doctoral Seminar in Health Services and Systems Research III
- Graduate level
- Fall term(s) for residential students;
- 1 credit hour(s) for residential students;
- Instructor(s): Lisa Prosser, David Hutton, (Residential);
- Prerequisites: None
- Description: HMP805 Political Science consists of six 2.5-hour weekly sessions, and it will be conducted as a seminar. Before each session, all students are expected to complete the required reading assignments in preparation for a lively and informed discussion in class. In addition, each student is expected to submit short response papers, which should include one's reactions, reflections, and questions for discussion. At each session, there will be a division of labor among students in summarizing the assigned readings and leading a discussion of them. The discussion will center on conceptual, analytical, and applied issues, whereas the instructor will serve as the moderator and a sounding board.
- Learning Objectives: Students will gain an initial understanding of political science's place in understanding health policies. In particular, the students will be exposed to key political issues influencing health policy and the manners in which political scientists discuss and study them.
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||HMP||Health Services Organization and Policy||PhD||Critically evaluate the prior literature in health services organization and policy, including motivation, theory, data quality, methods, results, conclusions, and policy recommendations||HMP802, HMP803, HMP804, HMP805, HMP806, HMP835||HMP||Health Services Organization and Policy||PhD||Develop research questions grounded in theory to expand knowledge about health services organization and policy||HMP802, HMP803, HMP804, HMP805, HMP806, HMP835|