PAF 9735 Health Politics and Policymaking
3 hours, 3 credits

This course examines the evolution of the major governmental programs involved with health insurance and health care in the United States. The goal is an understanding of the political dynamics that lead to successes and failures in health policymaking, and the development of strategies that can be used by governmental and non-governmental actors to accomplish policy change.

Prerequisite: PAF 9710 permission of instructor.