Master of Health and Medical Law

Courses in medical law, also known as health law, provide an overview of the legal issues and concerns affecting health care providers, programs and policies. These courses are usually offered as part of a bachelor's degree program with a concentration in law, health sciences or bioethics. Graduate degree programs are available in health law. Instructors introduce students to the legal issues surrounding health care providers and their patients. Topics include the patient-physician relationship, health care costs, licensure, accreditation and bioethics. This course examines U.S. laws that govern the practice of medicine and how they impact the delivery of health care. Individuals learn to identify legal issues relating to health care operations.

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