Home /  Courses And Programs / HLAW-215 Comparative Study of Healthcare Systems


This course assesses the major models for provision and financing of healthcare in the U.S. and the world today. Students gain an understanding of the health policy process, and how healthcare is financed, as well as learn to evaluate health policies according to a range of criteria for cost, quality, and equity. Advantages and disadvantages of the various ways of organizing and financing healthcare are considered. Actions taken by employers, insurers, consumers, and government, and the effects on physicians and provider organizations are analyzed.

  • NOTE  Closed course, please contact Rep: Zarin Shaghaghi 4-9159

  • COURSE NUMBER  HLAW-215
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


course

Health Policy and Law Indep. Study

Read More
course

CLRE-236 Translational Research

Read More
course

Applied Health Law & Policy

Read More
course

HLAW-298 Directed Studies in Health Law

Read More
category

Graduate Programs

Read More
course

Global Health Policy B: Advanced Topics

Read More
course

HLAW-215 Comparative Study of Healthcare Systems

Read More
course

Global Health Policy A: Foundations

Read More
course

HLAW-212 Special Topics in HLAW

Read More
course

LHCO-201C Topics in HC Management & Innovation (Section B00)

Read More

From the Blog