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Health Economics

Economics 352 - Fall 2020

Analysis of consumer demand for health care, medical technology, and the role of health insurance. Emphasis placed on behavior of the physician (whether he acts as an agent for the consumer or on his own behalf); on the use of paramedics, preventive care, outpatient care, and the general market organization of the health industry. The major concern will be the rising cost of health care and appropriate public policy responses. Prerequisite: Econ 1011.
Course Attributes: EN SBU BAAS SSCFA SSC

Section 01

Health Economics
INSTRUCTOR: Johnson
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