In this course, you’ll learn about the key components of health care, and the economics behind their principles and pricing strategies. Professors Ezekiel Emanuel of Penn Medicine and Guy David of the Wharton School have designed this course to help you understand the complex structure of the health care system and health insurance. Through study and analysis of providers and insurance through an economic lens, you’ll learn how basic economic principles apply to both principles and payment methods. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to identify different types of health care providers and understand the dynamic between the providers and patient so you can employ best practices and maximize profit for your health care organization.
This course is part of the The Business of Health Care Specialization
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TOP REVIEWS FROM THE ECONOMICS OF HEALTH CARE DELIVERY
Fantastic grounding in US healthcare system for anyone looking to work, innovate or understand the system for further research or entrepreneurship
This was a great overview of the healthcare sector and establishing an understanding of payment models that are not discussed in medical school. Visual aids helped to discuss and display concepts.
The course, Economics of Health Care Delivery, is one of the most wonderful courses I have ever taken. It has exposed so many lessons on the economic perspective of health care delivery.
This is one of the best healthcare courses I've seen on Coursera. Interesting, well presented content. Good balance use of slides. Great speakers.
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