BUS 758 - Health Care Law & Ethics, 3 credit hours
This course covers major legal aspects and regulation of American health care institutions and medical practice, and ethical issues that arise in health care delivery. The emphasis will be on learning how to think critically by identifying legal issues in health care situations.
The goal of this class is not for students to become experts in the law, but for students to be able to identify potential legal issues in their work. For instance, the goal is not for students to be able to perform a complicated Stark Law analysis, but instead for the student to be given tools for identifying when a Stark Law problem may exist is a certain scenario and to be able to know when to ask for legal assistance.
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