Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Courses D - H

920: Health Law Seminar Series (Online)

Credit Hours

1

Description

This course exposes students to emerging issues impacting the health care industry. Each issue has the potential to impact providers, health care organizations, health care attorneys, and consumers. The summer HLSS course will focus on leadership, management, and strategy in the health care context. This course is structured over 13 weeks, in which we alternate between reading weeks, where students are given reading material to introduce them to each issue, and synchronous classroom lectures by national experts on each subject. At the end of the course, each student is asked to write a reflective paper on one of the issues presented and describe the impact that they believe it will have on their practice or the delivery of health care in general. This course is graded pass/fail.