HC 463 Third Party Reimburse & Risk Mgt
U1LL 2012 LR
Hebert, Rachelle A.
BSOE BusinessM.A. Health Care Administration
Bldg 1490, Designated Classroom
Before or After Class, or By Apppointment
May 28, 2012 - July 22, 2012
5:00 - 10:00 PM
Rejda, G. E. (2009). Principles of Risk Management and Insurance, 11th Edition
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
A = 900 - 1000
B = 800 - 899
C = 700 - 799
D = 600 - 699
F = < 599
The course grade for students will be based on the overall average of homework and tests taken during the course in accordance with the weighting of the various requirements as stated in the syllabus.
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Week 1 (05/31/12)
Administrative announcements, discussion of the course description, requirements, and introductory comments to include articles and class project. Discussion of APA format and research paper requirements.
Chapter 1. Risk in Our Society
Chapter 2. Insurance and Risk
Chapter 3. Introduction to Risk Management
Chapter 4. Advanced Topics in Risk Management
Week 2 (06/07/12)
Chapter 5. Types of Insurers and Marketing Systems
Chapter 6. Insurance company Operations
Chapter 7. Financial Operations of Insurers
Chapter 8. Government Regulation of Insurance
Week 3 (06/04/12)
Chapter 9. Fundamental Legal Principles
Chapter 10. Analysis of Insurance Contracts
Chapter 11. Life Insurance
Chapter 12. Life Insurance Contractual Provisions
Week 4 (06/21/12)
Chapter 13. Buying Life Insurance
Chapter 14. Annutities
Chapter 15. Individual Health Insurance
Chapter 16. Employee Benefits
Chapter 17. Retirement Plans
Chapter 18. Social Insurance
Week 6 (07/05/12)
Chapter 19. Risk Liability
Chapter 20. Homeowners Insurance
Chapter 21. Auto Insurance
Chapter 22. Societal Aspects
Week 7 (07/12/12)
Class Projects Due
Chapter 24. Other Liability Coverage
Chapter 25. Commercial Property
Chapter 26. Commercial Liability
Final Review & Synthesis of Course Objectives
Week 8 (07/19/12)
Lecture: Future Insight for Healthcare Insurance
*Subject to change
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