HC 463 Third Party Reimbursement and Risk Management
U1T 2006 DL
Dennis, Kay S.
Asst. Professor of Healthcare Leadership
Beaufort, North Carolina
By email anytime
August 21 - October 15, 2006
Textbook: Rejda, George E. Principles of Risk Management and Insurance. Ninth Edition. Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2005. ISBN:0-321-23687-4
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Week 1 - Aug. 21-27, 2006
Introduction to Risk Management. Read chapters 1 through 4. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated.
Week 2 - Aug. 28-Sept. 3
Legal Principles in Risk and Insurance. Read chapters 5-7. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated.
Week 3 - Sept. 4-10
Defining Risk Management. Read chapters 13-15. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated.
Week 4 - Sept. 11-17
Different health care plans. Read chapter 21. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated. MIDTERM EXAM.
Week 5 - Sept. 18-24
Health care benefits and risk management. Read chapter 22. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated. FINALIZE PLANS FOR PROCTOR & SUBMIT.
Week 6 - Sept. 25-Oct. 1
Types of insurers and risk management. Read chapters 24-27. Participate in discussion and submit homework no later than Sunday night. Take quiz which can be repeated.
Week 7 - Oct. 1-8
Summarize learnings to date and submit as homework.
Week 8 - Oct. 9-15
FINAL EXAM. Course evaluation.
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