306.663.20 LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN HEALTH SERVICES MANAGEMENT
- James Doherty
Develops skills in the ethical analysis of policies and conflicts that arise in the delivery of health care services. Explores the ethical implications of the fundamental structural changes taking place in the U.S. health care market, with attention to the perspectives of the health care professional, the organization "managing care," and the consumer. Topics include basic and applied works in ethical theory; ethical issues in provider selection; the changing physician-patient relationship; reimbursement and financial incentives; quality assurance and utilization review; experimental treatment; and the care of vulnerable and high-risk populations.