Miderm 1 Lecture Slides.pdf - Tuesday Introduction to LEB 334M Health Care Law and Policy TUESDAY Are you in the right class Healthcare Law and Policy

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Tuesday, January 17, 2017 1 Introduction to LEB 334M, Health Care Law and Policy TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2017 Are you in the right class? Healthcare Law and Policy Class: LEB 334M; Unique Course ID: 03265 ( NOT the equivalent of LEB 323) Date & Time: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:00 – 3:20 pm Location: CBA 5.328 Professor Keegan Warren-Clem, JD, LLM e: [email protected] (re “LEB 334M . . .”) c: (972) 693-6904 office hours: Thursdays, 3:30 – 5:30 in CBA 3.446 Textbook Textbook: Steiner, John E., Problems in Health Care Law: Challenges for the 21 st Century (2014), ISBN13: 9781449685522 See Publisher’s site at 1449685522/ or Amazon at or bookstore, etc. Supplemented by articles as described in the list of reading assignments and in class Online resources (recommended, but not required)
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Tuesday, January 17, 2017 2 Highlights from the Syllabus: Technology With specific, limited exceptions, you may not: Record this class; Use a cell phone in class; Use a laptop, netbook, tablet, or similar device in class. *The day’s PPT will be available prior to the start of each class for notetaking. To be successful in this class, you should: work through the course materials (i.e., textbook and other assigned readings, as applicable); access relevant resources on the course website, textbook website, other websites, and within the library; prepare for, attend, and participate in all classes; and complete all exercises and assignments to the best of your ability. *Preparation is key for a survey course! Highlights from the Syllabus: Participation Class attendance is required. What does this mean? Arrival before class begins and departure after class ends. Each student signs in for only him- or herself on the attendance sheet, which will be distributed at the commencement of each class. Being prepared and attentive. For full participation credit, students are expected to contribute to every class discussion using legal and policy support for their views, not merely personal opinion as to current events. Two passes total for the above are allowed by placing a note on the professor’s lectern prior to the beginning of class. Each absence is a pass. Can’t make it to class? Email me at Keegan.Warren- [email protected] before class. Highlights from the Syllabus: Student Evaluation The evaluation of students will be based on: Preparedness for class as demonstrated through class participation, asking and answering questions, assignments, etc.; “On-call” discussion leadership and presentation of timely relevant topic; Interview of an insurance participant; Public health law or regulation hearing/debate attendance and response; McCombs Healthcare Symposium attendance and response; 20-min. Group Presentation of a Foreign Country’s Health System; Two mid-semester assessments; A midterm and final examination, which may include a take-home component; and Possible additional assignments during the semester that may involve diagnostic and formative assessment of student performance.
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