Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course provides students with information surrounding health care policy and economics. The focus is on defining public and private health care and the policy issues that surround them. Processes for identifying and cultivating health care leaders, cultural competence, continued learning, and bioethics in health care are also explored.
Students also identify the roles of local, state, and national policymakers and describe the role and responsibility of the individual citizen with regard to health care policy and economics. This course provides you with the opportunity to examine and critically reflect on the nature and implications of leadership ethics in health care.
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Advice for students:
Read your chapters. The quiz not that hard. You will have some papers to write. Do long discussions teachers like that.