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This course emphasizes national health policy, economics and macro-level developments in the health system rather than institutional management. Health care system structure, financing, policy, organizational dynamics and quality measures will receive particular emphasis. This course will provide learners with the ability to analyze and critique the U.S. health care system through examination of economic, political and social factors which influence its development and which are likely to affect its future course.
Dates: Feb. 27, March 6* and 20, April 3 and 17, May 1 and 15
Time: 5 - 7 p.m.
Location: Medical Education Building (MEB)
*NOTE: There is only a one week gap, the others are every two weeks.
Each module is two hours, one hour will be didactic lecture style presentation in slide and video format. The second hour will be a discussion of assigned article readings relevant to the topics presented in the module.