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ECON3600 - Health Economics
This course will introduce basic concepts of health economics. Course topics provide an overview of the major economic players in health and health care and economic models that may be applied in health care settings. We will cover demand for and supply of health, health insurance, physician care, hospital care, prescription drugs and end of life care. The course will cover government involvement in health care and public health economics. Topics will include the markets for health insurance, physician care and hopital care, countervailing power in health care markets, government regulations and externalities.
Prerequisite: ECON1010 or ECON 1030 or ECON1035
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