Master of Health Care Innovation
Graduate Certificate in Health Care Innovation
Leadership and Legal Issues in Health Care
- Making a difference with leadership
- Thinking and acting strategically
- Creating a high-performance architecture
- Legal structures, treatment relationship, and duty to provide care
- Consent, confidentiality, and quality
- Federal Government involvement in health law and policy
- Intersection of leadership and law
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Explain how leadership can affect organizational performance and culture.
- Develop a plan for leading through a crisis.
- Assess the strengths, challenges, and areas for improvement in your own leadership and that of others.
- Create a leadership strategy that is personalized to you and your professional setting
- Differentiate among the building blocks of health law, including cases, statutes, and regulations.
- Describe the roles of state, federal, and local authority in the creation and implementation of health law in the United States.
- Summarize legal doctrines related to the duty to provide care, informed consent, confidentiality and privacy, and medical quality control.
- Evaluate legal structures, policy documents, and individual case events in terms of their implications for health law.