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LAW 3500 - Business Transactions in Healthcare


This course will expose students to a variety of commercial transactions prevalent in the health care industry. The course will focus initially on health care as a regulated commercial enterprise. After studying the case law, statutes and regulations applicable to health care providers, students will begin an in-depth study of negotiated health care transactions. This study will begin with an examination of the fundamental elements of the acquisition process and an analysis of the tax, antitrust, and regulatory considerations generally addressed in health care combinations. Students will then be exposed to the various stages of the negotiated acquisition process: due diligence; preliminary negotiations and agreements; transaction structure; final negotiations; definitive agreements; and post-closing relationships. By the end of the course, the students will have acquired an understanding of the complexities of health care financing and will be familiar with the health care acquisition process from its inception to conclusion.

Prerequisites & Notes
This course is only offered in our on-line programs.

Credits: 3





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