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HSMG1010 - The Us Healthcare System
Fall 2013

This course traces the historical development of the U.S. health care systems from the early nineteenth century to present day. The course addresses the physiologic and psychological bases of health, and presents indicators and predictors of health services utilization. There are detailed discussions of individual provider settings within which health care is offered: ambulatory care, the hospital, the continuum of long-term care and mental health. Also, the course deals with the human, technological and fiscal resources needed to provide health services.
3 Credits

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