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Health Services Administration  
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HSAM1200 - Health Services Admin I
Summer 2018

This course affords students an introduction to fundamental principles used in the administration of health care organizations based on micro-organizational theory. The course will orient students to the specific challenges of managing in hospitals, health insurance firms, long-term care facilities and other health care organizations. The course will emphasize group dynamics and the challenges of working in an environment that includes highly trained professionals with varied interests such as physicians, nurses and technicians. The course will also develop a range of skills necessary to manage in an environment that is patient centered.
3 Credits

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HSAM1250 - Health Services Admin I
Summer 2018

This course provides an introductory survey of healthcare management functions, concepts and principles as part an exploration of the roles, skills, and competencies needed by managers in today's health care system. The basics of leadership and organizational development/organizational behavior theory are applied to case studies of hospitals and health systems, health plans, physician medical practices, nursing homes, home care agencies and other community-based health service organizations to offer the student opportunities to demonstrate integration of learning and critical thought processes.
3 Credits


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HSAM1275 - Intro To Health Srvc Administr
Fall 2018

This course provides an overview to functional areas of health services administration including the areas of leadership, strategic planning, patient/consumer, insurers and government roles, healthcare informatics and technology, human resources, patient safety, quality management and operations, finance and performance management. The student will gain an understanding of the patient as a person, their healthcare needs, their family's needs and demographic trends and responding healthcare organizational structure and healthcare roles. Students will begin to become familiar with the language of healthcare services administration. The student will be grounded in the current challenges and have insight into future direction of healthcare system design and reform.
3 Credits


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HSAM1275-A Intro To Health Srvc Administr
16 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: T R
       Location: Moon Room: Scaife Hall 015
    Time: 08:00-10:50 am Instructor: Harrington
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/19/18) Term: Fall 2018
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HSAM1300 - Health Services Admin II
Summer 2018

Health Services Administration-II (three credits) will present on overview of the administration of health care organizations using a macro-organizational theory framework. The course will show how organizations deal with their environments and the types of overall strategies that are effective in a turbulent environment like health care.
Prerequisite: HSAM1200
3 Credits


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HSAM1400 - Introduction To Managed Care
Summer 2018

This course will present a survey of the managed care component of the health care industry. The course will develop a taxonomy of managed care organizations, understanding of managed care financing mechanisms and the incentives that they generate and will deal with specific challenges relating to organization, financing, legal issues and other aspects of managed care.(Course on checklist currently not offered)
3 Credits


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HSAM1400-A Introduction To Managed Care
21 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: W F
       Location: Moon Room: Scaife Hall 013
    Time: 08:00-10:50 am Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/19/18) Term: Fall 2018
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HSAM1500 - Healthcare Financial Admin
Summer 2018

This course will provide students an introduction into challenges encountered in financial management of health care organizations. The course will provide a macro level review of national health care expenditures. Micro-level work will include sources and uses of funds by health care organizations, information regarding health-care organization budgeting practices, other financial control mechanisms and legal issues as they pertain to financial management.
3 Credits


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HSAM1600 - Fundamentals Of Health Policy
Summer 2018

This course will give students an overview of the health policy mechanisms (legislative, regulatory and private) that shape the way health care is delivered in the U.S. The course will show how policy translates into practice in the context of important health care issues such as insurance coverage such as private commercial insurance, Medicare and Medicaid. The course will give students an orientation into health policy challenges of the future like national health insurance, shortages of medical care professionals and facilities and the effective use of resources in a resource-short environment.
Prerequisite: HSAM1100 or HSAM1250
3 Credits


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HSAM1700 - Strategic Plan For Hlth Care
Summer 2018

This course will emphasize identification of need for health care services and the process of obtaining necessary resources to meet that need. Coverage will include the process of projecting demand for medical care into the future, basic concepts of capitalization, return on investment and access to resources. Topics will also include community acceptance of health services organization plans and surmounting legal and regulatory hurdles.
3 Credits


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HSAM1800 - Marketing For Hlth Serv Org
Summer 2018

This course will emphasize how health care organizations develop their markets. The course will cover how consumers make health services purchasing decisions, market identification and mechanisms that positively influence employers, consumers, physicians, and others in the system. The course will provide knowledge about how the organization demonstrates value to those in need of health care.
3 Credits


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HSAM1900 - Human Resource Admin In Hc
Summer 2018

This course will give students exposure to some of the more formal aspects of the manager's task such as the recruitment and retention process, interviewing prospective employees, providing ongoing performance reviews, employee performance assessment and feedback, employee termination, employment law and its ramifications, working with labor unions and employee benefit issues.
3 Credits


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HSAM2000 - Health Care Law and Ethics
Summer 2018

This course will familiarize students with the basic concepts of law as formal social constraint and ethics as informal social mores as they relate to the delivery of health care. Health care law will track the growing right to privacy as developed and applied by the U.S. Supreme Court in cases involving contraception and abortion, the right to refuse treatment, the right to withhold treatment and the right to die. Health care ethics will address questions regarding non-legal but essential societal decisions regarding who gets care and how and the right of health care professionals to refuse to treat. Ethical and legal questions in the area of informed consent, privacy of information and access to information will also be covered.
3 Credits


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HSAM2100 - Basic Prin Of Health Economics
Summer 2018

This course will show students how microeconomic principles to health care. Coursework will introduce students to markets and the theory of perfect competition and will apply these concepts to health care markets for the provision of hospital and physician care and to the market for health insurance. Economic and regulatory responses to market breakdown will be explored in the context of consolidated health care firms, the lack of perfect information regarding health care service quality, non-homogeneity of services and barriers to entry into health care markets. Additional topics will include dynamic adjustment in health care markets, the concept of externalities in health care markets, quality issues and quality signals in health care markets and the implications of the erosion of consumer sovereignty.
Prerequisite: HSAM1100
3 Credits


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HSAM2200 - Intro Quality Mgt/Perform Impr
Summer 2018

This course will familiarize the student with the concept of Quality Management and Performance Improvement across the Health Care continuum. This course focuses on the evolution of quality from management to assurance and finally to improvement. The paradigm shift from risk management to patient safety will be explored. The student will be introduced to different methods of improving quality management such as Total Quality Management, Lean Management and Plan-Do-Check Act (PDCA) Cycle. The students will closely examine the two landmarks reports by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), To Err is Human and Crossing the Quality Chasm, leading to the undersatnding of the IOM's goals to make quality health care more safe, timely, effective, equitable, efficient, and patient-centered.
3 Credits


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HSAM2300 - Health Services Admin I
Fall 2018

This course provides a deeper introduction to functional areas of health services administration including the areas of leadership, strategic planning, patient/consumer, insurers and government roles, healthcare informatics and technology. The student will begin critical thinking about current challenges and future solutions of healthcare system design and reform. The student will be introduced to health service professional roles in the functional areas and key knowledge necessary for effective management decision-making.
Prerequisite: HSAM1275
3 Credits


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HSAM2350 - Health Services Admin II
Fall 2018

This course provides a deeper introduction to functional areas of health services administration including the areas of human resources, quality management, performance improvement and finance. The student will begin critical thinking about current challenges and future solutions of healthcare system design and reform. The student will be introduced to health service professional roles in the functional areas and key knowledge necessary for effective management decision-making.
Prerequisite: HSAM1275
3 Credits


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HSAM2400 - Health Care Law & Ethics
Fall 2018

This course, Health Care Law and Ethics, introduces ethical and legal issues that impact the delivery of medical care. The course begins with an understanding of the roles of law and ethics and how the two concepts relate. Central issues will deal with ethical and legal "rights" and including patient "rights", payment for health care, access to care and health care reform, patient safety, negligence and malpractice, fraud and abuse, reimbursement and contracts.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM2500 - Basic Prin Of Health Economics
Fall 2018

This course will show students how microeconomic principles apply to health care. Coursework will introduce students to markets and the theory of perfect competition and will apply these concepts to health care markets for the provision of hospital and physician care and to the market for health insurance. Economic and regulatory responses to market breakdown will be explored in the context of consolidated health care firms, the lack of perfect information regarding health care service quality, non-homogeneity of services and barriers to entry into health care markets. Additional topics will include dynamic adjustment in health care markets, the concept of externalities in health care markets, quality issues and quality signals in health care markets and the implications of the erosion of consumer sovereignty.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM3100 - Consumer Health Issues
Summer 2018

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3 Credits


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HSAM3150 - Healthcare Data Analytics
Fall 2018

This course examines the issues related to data analytics and health care information infrastructure. The student will gain an understanding of the challenges for a healthcare professional to analyze and deliver usable and accurate systems and solutions. Legal and ethical issues related to information systems and patient care technology will also be explored.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350, INFS3440 & STAT2110
3 Credits


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HSAM3200 - Acctg, Budgeting/Finan Acctab
Summer 2018

This course will provide the basics of financial control for entry level health services managers or administrators. The course will develop a basic level understanding of accounting and accounting policies used in the health care delivery context, how health care organizations develop and modify budgets and how health services organizations develop and maintain financial accountability. The course will provide instruction on how resources are allocated within organizations and how managers optimize the resources for their areas of responsibility.
3 Credits


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HSAM3250 - Research Hlth Care Profesnl
Summer 2018

This course will show health care managers how to develop and manage research that makes them more effective managers. The course will introduce managers to the range of materials that are available on the Internet, in peer-reviewed journals, in business journals and from private consulting firms. The course will give an overview of quantitative methods, how managers can develop their own research agenda and the potential uses of research in management. A portion of the course will include how to locate, retain and use the work of health administration research professionals.
Prerequisite: COSK2220 or COSK2225
3 Credits


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HSAM3300 - Intro Qlty Mgmt & Perfrm Imprv
Fall 2018

This course will familiarize the student with the concept of Quality Management and Performance Improvement across the Health Care continuum. This course focuses on the evolution of quality from management to assurance and finally to improvement. The paradigm shift from risk management to patient safety will be explored. The student will be introduced to different methods of improving quality management such as Total Quality Management, Lean Management and Plan-Do-Check Act (PDCA) Cycle. The students will closely examine the two landmarks reports by the Institute of Medicine (IOM), To Err is Human and Crossing the Quality Chasm, leading to the understanding of the IOM's goals to make quality health care more safe, timely, effective, equitable, efficient, and patient-centered.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM3400 - Ethics Hlth Care Administrator
Summer 2018

Business Ethics for Health Professionals (three credits) will explore organizational and personal responsibility for business decisions in a health care environment. Topics will include the organization's responsibility to employees, clients and patients and the community. Issues explored will include maintaining integrity and honesty, dealing with dishonesty and the concept of duty in a health care organization.
3 Credits


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HSAM3400-A Intro To Managed Care
28 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: W F
       Location: Moon Room: Scaife Hall 013
    Time: 08:00-10:50 am Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/19/18) Term: Fall 2018
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      Prerequisite: HSAM2500
 

HSAM3400 - Intro To Managed Care
Fall 2018

Introduction to Managed Care (three credits) presents a survey of the managed care component of the health care industry. The course will develop a taxonomy of managed care organizations, understanding of managed care financing mechanisms and the incentives that they generate and will deal with specific challenges relating to organization, financing, legal issues and other aspects of managed care.
Prerequisite: HSAM2500
3 Credits


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HSAM3400-A Intro To Managed Care
28 Seats     Credits: 3 Days: W F
       Location: Moon Room: Scaife Hall 013
    Time: 08:00-10:50 am Instructor: ** Staff **
    Session: 3 (08/25 - 10/19/18) Term: Fall 2018
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      Prerequisite: HSAM2500
 

HSAM3500 - Hlthcare Financial Administrat
Fall 2018

Healthcare Financial Administration introduces the student to the principles and techniques of financial management of healthcare organizations, including health systems, community hospitals, physician practices, nursing homes, home care agencies, and other provider organizations. Students will gain an appreciation and understanding of the conceptual basis and mechanics of financial analysis and decision making as they pertain to healthcare organizations in 2016.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM3600 - Fundamentals Of Health Policy
Fall 2018

Fundamentals of Health Policy will give students an overview of the health policy mechanisms (legislative, regulatory, judicial, and private) that shape the way health care is delivered in the United States. The course will show how policy translates into practice in the context of important health care issues such as insurance coverage, Medicare and Medicaid. The course will give students an orientation into health policy challenges such as the implementation of the federal Affordable Care Act.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM3700 - Strategic Plan For Healthcare
Fall 2018

This course (Strategic Planning for Healthcare Administration) focuses on the strategic planning process for healthcare administrators. The course explores the environmental factors that impact the delivery of health care at all levels, identification of strengths and weaknesses along with the opportunities and threats, and the process of identification and obtaining the necessary resources to address future needs.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM4200 - Budgeting/Financial Accounting
Fall 2018

This course will provide an overview of financial control for entry level health service administrators. Students will develop a basic understanding of accounting practices and policies used in health care organizations, how firms develop and modify budgets, and how health service organizations maintain financial accountability. The course will provide instruction on how resources are allocated within organizations and how managers optimize resources for their area of responsibility. A practice-oriented, pragmatic approach is used in this course.
Prerequisite: HSAM2500
3 Credits


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HSAM4250 - Research For Hlth Professional
Fall 2018

Research Methods for Health Services Administration (three credits) is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to effectively interpret health services research while developing, refining and presenting an applied research question based on a literature review and synthesis. The course provides an overview of qualitative and quantitative research methods as demonstrated in contemporary health services research. A portion of the course will explore best practices for how to locate, retain and ultimately share resources that promote high quality health services research. The course will introduce students to the range of materials available on the internet, in peer-reviewed journals and from private consulting firms.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM4700 - Conducting Clinical Research
Summer 2018

This course provides the groundwork for a job conducting clinical research. The essential elements of clinical practices and operations, finance and budgeting for clinical trials will be discussed. Students will complete the RMU CITI training program and the Good Clinical Practice Training, Human Subjects Protection Training will be completed. Current topics, controversies, socio-political and policy factors involved in clinical research will be discussed. If students elect to take an extra (1) credit, they will write a sample grant proposal.
3 Credits


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HSAM4800 - Marketing For Hlthcr Organizat
Fall 2018


Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM4820 - Human Resource Administration
Fall 2018

Human Resource Management in Health Administration (3 credits) will give students exposure to some of the more formal aspects of the manager's task such as recruitment and retention, interviewing prospective employees, providing ongoing performance reviews, employee performance assessment and feedback, employee termination, employment law and its ramifications, working with labor unions, and compensation.
Prerequisite: HSAM2350
3 Credits


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HSAM4850 - Undergrad Thesis Healthcare
Fall 2018

This course will provide support to students engaged in a personal project that ties together undergraduate course work, the student's management experience, individual research by the student in an area of interest and identifies an area in the future of health care management that the student identifies as a personal priority in terms of future commitment.
Prerequisite: HSAM4250
3 Credits


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HSAM4850 - Undergrad Thesis Hlth Care
Summer 2018

Undergraduate Thesis in Health Care Administraion will provide support to students engaged in a personal project that ties togehter undergraduate course work, the student's management experience, individual research by the student in an area of interest and identifies an area of interest and identifies an area in the future of health care management that the strudent identifies as a personal priority in terms of future commitment. Prequisites Research Methods for Health Administraion, completion of at least 12 hours of health administration coursework and COSK2220 or COSK2225.
3 Credits


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HSAM4901 - Internship
Fall 2018

Successful completion of this course will satisfy the Professional Experience category of the Student Engagement Transcript.
1 Credits


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HSAM4901 - Internship/Co-Op
Summer 2018

Successful completion of this course will satisfy the Professional Experience category of the Student Engagement Transcript.
1 Credits


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HSAM4902 - Internship
Fall 2018

The purpose of the internship is to provide the student with an opportunity to explore health services administration career interests and apply theoretical knowledge and skills in a work setting. The internship experience facilitates student learning and builds professional connections and networks. All students must complete 120 hours in an internship to complete the degree. In order to accommodate and customize the internship requirement, students can customize the experience by registering for one, two or three credits per semester. Each credit hour will equate to 40 internship hours. This will occur in the last 1-3 semesters depending on the number of hours taken each semester. The student will be required to complete a minimum of 120 internship hours in order to fulfill degree requirements. The student may choose to register for 1, 2 or 3 credits based upon student and site internship preceptor needs.
Prerequisites: HSAM4830
2 Credits


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HSAM4902 - Internship/Co-Op
Summer 2018

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HSAM4903 - Internship
Fall 2018

The purpose of the internship is to provide the student with an opportunity to explore health services administration career interests and apply theoretical knowledge and skills in a work setting. The internship experience facilitates student learning and builds professional connections and networks. All students must complete 120 hours in an internship to complete the degree. In order to accommodate and customize the internship requirement, students can customize the experience by registering for one, two or three credits per semester. Each credit hour will equate to 40 internship hours. This will occur in the last 1-3 semesters depending on the number of hours taken each semester. The student will be required to complete a minimum of 120 internship hours in order to fulfill degree requirements. The student may choose to register for 1, 2 or 3 credits based upon student and site internship preceptor needs.
Prerequisites: HSAM4830
3 Credits


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HSAM4903 - Internship/Co-Op
Summer 2018

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3 Credits


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HSAM4911 - Internship
Fall 2018

The purpose of the internship is to provide the student with an opportunity to explore health services administration career interests and apply theoretical knowledge and skills in a work setting. The internship experience facilitates student learning and builds professional connections and networks. All students must complete 120 hours in an internship to complete the degree. In order to accommodate and customize the internship requirement, students can customize the experience by registering for one, two or three credits per semester. Each credit hour will equate to 40 internship hours. This will occur in the last 1-3 semesters depending on the number of hours taken each semester. The student will be required to complete a minimum of 120 internship hours in order to fulfill degree requirements. The student may choose to register for 1, 2 or 3 credits based upon student and site internship preceptor needs.
Prerequisites: HSAM4830
1 Credits


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HSAM4921 - Internship
Fall 2018

The purpose of the internship is to provide the student with an opportunity to explore health services administration career interests and apply theoretical knowledge and skills in a work setting. The internship experience facilitates student learning and builds professional connections and networks. All students must complete 120 hours in an internship to complete the degree. In order to accommodate and customize the internship requirement, students can customize the experience by registering for one, two or three credits per semester. Each credit hour will equate to 40 internship hours. This will occur in the last 1-3 semesters depending on the number of hours taken each semester. The student will be required to complete a minimum of 120 internship hours in order to fulfill degree requirements. The student may choose to register for 1, 2 or 3 credits based upon student and site internship preceptor needs.
Prerequisites: HSAM4830
1 Credits


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HSAM4921 - Internship/Co-Op
Summer 2018

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HSAM4931 - Internship
Fall 2018

The purpose of the internship is to provide the student with an opportunity to explore health services administration career interests and apply theoretical knowledge and skills in a work setting. The internship experience facilitates student learning and builds professional connections and networks. All students must complete 120 hours in an internship to complete the degree. In order to accommodate and customize the internship requirement, students can customize the experience by registering for one, two or three credits per semester. Each credit hour will equate to 40 internship hours. This will occur in the last 1-3 semesters depending on the number of hours taken each semester. The student will be required to complete a minimum of 120 internship hours in order to fulfill degree requirements. The student may choose to register for 1, 2 or 3 credits based upon student and site internship preceptor needs.
Prerequisites: HSAM4830
1 Credits


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