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Students will explore political issues affecting health-care services through identifying policy goals, public policy analysis and external environments. Students will explore current legislative issues such as provider reimbursement, Medicare reform, prescription benefits and malpractice reform. This is examined through the use of managerial epidemiology, political and economic analysis and public health initiatives. Graded S/U.
2 semester credits
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