Hospitality and Tourism Management

HSMG3700 - Health Policy
Fall 2011

This course addresses the foundation, implementation, and modification of health policies from both a political and consumer environment, and the impact legislative policies have on the delivery of health care services. Special attention is given to policies for specific populations such as children, minorities, aging , and major disease entities. The role of local, state, and federal regulatory requirements; the relationship to health law of certain policies and the interreleationship of health policy, politics, and potential health care reform are discussed.
Prerequisite -- HSMG2300
3 Credits

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