Courses Designed to Help Lead Technology, Innovation & Integrated Solutions
Information and Technology in Healthcare Law
The growing involvement of the federal government in stimulating and directing the development of information technology in healthcare organizations.
This course describes the growing involvement of the federal government in stimulating and directing the development of information technology in healthcare organizations.
Healthcare Innovation Colloquium
Legal aspects of promoting creativity, invention, and new technology in the healthcare realm.
This course focuses on different aspects of the law’s role in promoting creativity, invention, and new technology, and in this instance within the healthcare realm.
Legal Considerations in Business Relationships
An exploration of law governing relationships between constituencies that make up the corporation.
This course examines the laws governing the relationships between the different constituencies that make up the corporation, focusing on the laws governing shareholders, directors, and officers of publicly held corporations.
Equity and Ethics in Healthcare Law and Strategy III
Current and future equity and ethical issues in health law and strategy.
The third part of the integrated seminar on Equity and Ethics focuses on: 1) assessing the key health inequity issues within each student’s organization; 2) developing long and short term strategies for combating inequities across health sectors to facilitate longer-term change; and 3) creating an implementation plan that addresses what is feasible and what must be corrected within your organization in order to facilitate change.
Capstone: Culminating Experience
An interactive law and strategy exercise that requires students to work in groups to address a present-day challenge under real-world pressures and constraints.
The Capstone Culminating Experience is an interactive law and strategy exercise that requires students to work in groups to address a present-day challenge under real-world pressures and constraints: tight deadlines, uncertainty and ambiguity, and information asymmetries. Groups will prepare and present their findings and recommendations to a panel of content experts for review and feedback.