The purpose of this course is to provide advanced graduate students with an overview of the health policy environment in the United States and prepare students with the skills and tools that they need to analyze and compare between various health policy alternatives. The course emphasis is on contemporary topics in health policy research and various proposals of health care reform. The student will also get introduced to comparative health systems from other nations. By the completion of this course, the student will gain a detailed understanding of contemporary health policy issues and about the health policy making process.
Mase, William A., "PHLD 9331 - Public Health Policy, Regulation & Ethics" (2018). Public Health, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of - Syllabi. 240.