This course counts toward the following majors: Health Enterprise Management, Health Industry Management, Management & Strategy, Managerial Economics.
This course examines the application of economic concepts to management problems and policy issues of the health sector. Topics covered include measuring the benefits of healthcare, the role of insurance in spreading risk and altering incentives, the production of healthcare, price and nonprice competition among providers, and proposed policies that are intended to contain costs. This course helps complete a major in Management and Strategy or Managerial Economics as well as HEMA.
All Students: MECN-430-0
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