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ECONĀ 245: Economics of Health Care

The health care sector in the U.S. is undergoing rapid change that affects patients, providers and payers. Managed care and managed competition are restructuring the delivery of health care services and reducing costs, while frustrating physicians and patients. The course examines the economic factors leading to the changes, current issues and controversies, and federal health policies. Students interested in nursing, medicine, and the sciences are encouraged to enroll. Offered annually. Counts toward American studies major.
Prerequisites: one of Economics 110-121 or permission of instructor.

Environmental Studies

...or ECON 110-ECON 120) 1.00 Environmental Studies HIST 245 Environmental History of...

American Studies

...United States ECON 242 Environmental Economics ECON 245 Economics of Health Care ECON 371 Economics...

Latin American Studies

...See Spanish Elective Courses ECON 243 Economic Development...Revolutionary Cuba (abroad) HIST 245 Environmental History of...