MSB 383

Healthcare Law and Regulations

Business Marriott School of Business

Course Description

An overview of healthcare law needed to identify legal issues inherent in the healthcare industry. This includes a review of the many facets pertaining to the principles of law and ethics in the U.S. healthcare system including healthcare organizations, pharmaceutical and medical technology companies, health insurers, hospitals, healthcare providers, etc. These topics include, but are not limited to: patients' rights, privacy, security, liability, confidentiality, informed consent, licensing, healthcare reform, etc.

When Taught

Fall

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

0

Title

Components of Healthcare Law

Learning Outcome

Identify and analyze the principles of law and ethics in the U.S. healthcare legal system as applied in healthcare organizations.

Title

Analyze Layers of Healthcare Law

Learning Outcome

Analyze and debate the multifaceted layers that comprise the U.S. healthcare legal system, including patients’ rights, confidentiality, liability, etc.

Title

Compare and Contrast Legal System

Learning Outcome

Compare and contrast the variable components pertaining to the U.S. healthcare legal system.