Mgmt 353: Healthcare Regulation and Policy
This course examines the impact of health law and regulation on health
care systems. It explores how to assess liability in the workplace, the
impact of medical malpractice, risk management, and current ethical and
legal dilemmas in the practice of medicine. We discuss how to manage the
risk of the employer and patient through the use of medical records and
specific behavior patterns, how to determine personal risk, and how to
recognize potential litigious issues in the practice of medicine.
- Pre-requisite: Successful completion of 54 hours.
- Lecture: Lecture for Mgmt 353
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