This course explores how statutes, regulations, common law, and market forces help or hinder three major goals of policy makers: increasing access, reducing cost, and improving quality. We will examine the Supreme Court’s rulings on the ACA and other legal aspects of modern health care reform. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to describe the laws, regulations, common law and market forces that shape our health care system and identify areas where ideas and innovation are needed; explain the malpractice system and how it influences medical practice; and analyze legal aspects of the ACA.
The University of Pennsylvania (commonly referred to as Penn) is a private university, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. A member of the Ivy League, Penn is the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the United States, and considers itself to be the first university in the United States with both undergraduate and graduate studies.
- 5 stars93.41%
- 4 stars4.19%
- 3 stars1.79%
- 2 stars0.59%
来自U.S. HEALTH LAW FUNDAMENTALS的热门评论
Excellent course deserves its own micro masters from the Uni. This needs to be expanded.
This course was informative and I like the style of the professor. A nice refresher. I wish I could earn continuing education credits.
It was a great pleasure to spent time and learn U.S. Health Law Fundamentals. Best regards, Piotr Gala
I would take her courses ANYTIME! Lauren is a remarkable instructor
关于 Healthcare Law 专项课程
This Specialization is designed to help you navigate the complex legal framework that governs modern health systems. You will learn the fundamentals of American health law, then explore how privacy law shapes the relationship between healthcare providers and their patients. You will also learn how intellectual property law influences everything from the pharmaceutical industry, to medical research, to cutting-edge ethical issues involved in emerging technologies such as DNA-testing. Finally, the specialization will conclude with a study of how other countries vary in their approaches to solving the common problems that face all health systems.