LAW 2961 - Administrative Health Law
This course studies the administrative practice and procedure associated with decision making by health care agencies, with particular emphasis on the capability of private parties to influence those decision-making processes. The course addresses many of the major problems of administrative law (such as distinguishing the various types of rule making from formal and informal adjudication, and judicial deference to an agency’s interpretations of statutes and regulations), but it does so entirely with health-law content, and with an emphasis on the statutes, structures, and policies of particular health-care agencies. However, the course uses such health-law content in order to understand administrative procedure and practice, not to survey the resulting substantive rules of health-care agencies. While a general course in administrative law or in health law might be of benefit to the student, neither course is a pre-requisite or co-requisite.
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