Course No: PUBH.5150-061; SIS Class Nbr: 1341; SIS Term: 3240
Course Status: Registration Closed
Students explore the economic dimensions of healthcare by considering the input, output, production and costs of producing quality healthcare which meets demand and evaluates the behavior of supply. Students consider provider payer systems and aspects relative to private and public health insurance in determining market power and competitive markets. Common economic evaluation methods are introduced to measure health service feasibility, and promote value judgment in the realm of healthcare reform and regulatory compliance.
Related Programs: M.S. in Business Analytics, Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics, Graduate Certificate in Health Service Management, Online MBA, M.P.H. in Public Health, M.S. in Health Information Management: Health Informatics Option, M.S. in Health Information Management: Health Service Management Option
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