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  • Present2008

    Business Law - Carey Business School

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    A thorough working knowledge of the legal and regulatory environment in which businesses operate is essential for well-prepared business executives. This course provides an overview of the legal and regulatory environment affecting business in the United States and abroad. Topics include forms of business organization, contracts, torts and products liability, international business transactions, antitrust law, environmental law, securities regulation, ethics, and discrimination and employment issues. The course also emphasizes the relationship of businesses and business executives with legal counsel. Students are expected to utilize electronic library and Internet resources to complete assignments.

  • Present2010

    Legal Foundations of Healthcare - Carey Business School

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    This course provides students with an overview of the legal environment as it affects medicine and business.  Cutting-edge cases are utilized as students explore medical malpractice, negligence, liability (physician, product, and corporate), intellectual property, criminal aspects of health care, patient consent and rights, and health care reform.

  • Present2013

    Negotiations in Healthcare Settings - Bloomberg School of Public Health

    This course provides students with the basic skills needed for effective negotiation of business relations in healthcare and other settings.  The first part of the course focuses on understanding and developing a systematic approach to preparing for, structuring and negotiating key business relationships.  The second part of the course helps participants develop basic process and conflict management skills needed for effective negotiation of business relationships in healthcare.  This course also explores the ethics of negotiation.

  • Present2013

    Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Services Management - Bloomberg School of Public Health

    This course develops skills in the legal and ethical analysis of policies and conflicts that arise in the delivery of healthcare services.  Students explore the legal and ethical implications of the fundamental structural changes taking place in the U. S. healthcare market, with attention to the perspectives of healthcare professional, the organization “managing care,” and the customer.  Topics include in provider selection, the changing physician-patient relationship, reimbursement and financial incentives, quality assurance and utilization review, experimental treatment, and the care of vulnerable and high-risk populations.

Executive/Professional Teaching

  • Present2013

    Negotiations Frameworks and Analytics - Johns Hopkins Transforming Health Systems for Accountable Care Executive Education Program

    As health systems enter the new environment of accountable care and population health, this course provides health system executives the tools to analyze and prepare effectively for single and multi-party negotiations, employ successful negotiation strategies, and create and manage inter-organization networks to help facilitate collaborative multi-site change.  A basic premise of this course is that while a manager needs analytical skills to develop optimal solutions to problems, a broad array of negotiation skills is needed to get thee solutions accepted and implement.  Successful completion of this course enables participants to recognize, analyze and implement the essential concepts of negotiation.   


  • Present2015

    Negotiations - Carey Business School Executive MBA

    This course develops providers learners/students with basic knowledge and applied skills practice needed for effective negotiation business relationships.  The first part of  the course focuses on understanding and developing a systematic approach to preparing for, structuring, and negotiating key business relationships and future outcomes.  The second part of the course helps participants develop and integrate basic process, conflict management, cultural and conflict resolution skills needed for  effective negotiation of business relationships in diverse settings.  The course also explores ethical considerations of negotiation.  Emphasis is placed on individual, dyad or triads and collaboration by groups as directed practice via case study of negotiation and conflict mediation opportunities.  


Description of Carey Business School's Health Law Course