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HCA 202 - Health Policy

 

This course will introduce student to a wide variety of backgrounds: health services, administrators, policy makers, practitioners, and clinicians. It provides in-depth discussion concerning the key political and administrative decision-making processes. Particular emphasis is placed on the health policy development process and the issues associated to the welfare state.

The learning outcomes of this course are:

  • Identify and explain the basic concepts and processes underlying health care policy making
  • Analyzing critically the development of the health care system
  • Examining and apply a critical assessment to current health care reform initiatives

Pre-Requisites: HCA 104, HCA 105, HCA 110

Textbook: Understanding Health Policy, Sixth Edition Paperback – March 7, 2012 Thomas Bodenheimer (Author), Kevin Grumbach (Author)

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