Health Care Management (HC)
Addresses how law relates to health care administration. Covers criminal aspects of health care, employment law, hospital waste, contract law, hospital liability, and liability of health professional.
Offers health care managers and marketers the foundation for development and implementation of management and marketing strategy. It covers the planning and operation of health care systems competition in the health care marketplace and generating new service opportunities.
Includes topics in health law, health administration, and health ethics. Focuses on national health issues with inquiry into such topics as the crisis of costs, the government and health, the right to life, the dignity of dying, accountability, and responsibility.
Addresses the latest developments in health care accounting and financial planning. Includes successful product costing and importance of management control, formulating a sound financial plan, cost of capital, developing capital financing, and budgets acquisitions and mergers. The case method of analysis may be used.