US Health Care Policies and Systems

MPA 681 Health Care Administration Course

The US Health Care Policies and Systems course is an introduction to American health care delivery systems and policy with a focus on issues and challenges faced by managers in the health care sector. Health care employees are highly educated and create a diverse workforce which increasingly encounters problems with regulation, reimbursement, and profitability.

The US Health Care Policies and Systems course will explore the issues and controversies met in hospitals, nursing homes, and ambulatory care facilities as well as take a closer look at the policy decisions shaping how health care will be made accessible to the public.

MPA students will focus on creating strategies to help effectively implement and manage policy associated with the obstacles created by modern-day changes to the health care sector of public administration. All MPA courses are available online through our distance learning program.

Contact Marist College today to learn more about the US Health Care Policies and Systems course available through the Health Care Administration Master’s in Public Administration graduate degree program.

To learn how to create your personal MPA program, visit the MPA Course Sequences page.

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