Courses Designed to Help Analyze Health Law, Strategy & Economics
Understanding the Legal Environment: US and International Perspectives
An overview of the legal system in the United States.
This course will provide an overview of the legal system in the United States, including an overview of the US Constitution, federalism, the structure and function of courts, sources of legal authority, and common law methodology. Concurrently, the course also considers the way in which the legal system in other developed countries address some of the same issues faced by the United States, with a focus on modules that might inform future legal or regulatory developments in the U.S.
Core microeconomic theories and concepts and their application for healthcare organizations.
This course teaches students how to use core microeconomic theories and concepts to develop effective strategies for healthcare organizations and to understand the implications of government healthcare policies.
Equity and Ethics in Healthcare Law and Strategy I
Current and future equity and ethical issues in health law and strategy.
The integrative seminar on equity and ethics in healthcare law and strategy examines current and future equity and ethical issues along the healthcare continuum from which new obligations and business opportunities, and from which competitive advantage may be derived.
Strategy and Enterprise Risk Management
An introduction to the essential tools and theories needed to lead change, think strategically in complex business situations, and provide analytical and technological solutions that mitigate risk across the enterprise.
This course will introduce students to the essential tools and theories needed to lead change, think strategically in complex business situations, and provide analytical and technological solutions that mitigate risk across the enterprise.