Health Law II - Health Law Organization and Finance (4153)

This course covers the structure and finance of healthcare enterprises. Particular focus will be placed on tax exempt healthcare organizations, access to healthcare, the duties of physicians and hospitals to treat, the structure of public healthcare programs (Medicare, Medicaid, and other governmental programs), the impact of fraud and abuse on the health care system in the United States, and antitrust implications of structural arrangements. Students will examine the role of state private health insurance and managed care providers n the context of state and federal statutory and regulatory schemes, including ERISA .

Grading: Exam

Prerequisite(s): None. This course may be taken alone, or in conjunction with "Health Law I."

Credits: 2

Offered: Spring

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Health Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Ryan Johnson

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