Fall 2012 MBA Course

B9830-001: Transforming the Delivery of Healthcare Services

R - B Term, 09:00AM to 12:15PM

Location: URI 333

Instructor: Linda Green; John Rowe

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This course provides an advanced, critical analysis of the delivery and payment of healthcare services in the U.S. It will analyze the attractiveness and feasibility of new approaches to address the challenges facing providers, payors and patients operating in an inefficient, misaligned, and fragmented healthcare system. Particular focus will be given to the impact of the 2009 HITECH Act as well as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010. There will be guest lectures by some of a variety of major leaders in healthcare business and policy. Students with limited knowledge of healthcare payment and delivery systems are unlikely to benefit from the course given the advanced nature of the material that will be covered.

Important Note: This course is designed for students with at least a basic understanding of the healthcare delivery system in the U.S.



Linda Green

Armand G. Erpf Professor of the Modern CorporationProfessor Green earned her doctorate in Operations Research from Yale University. Her research, which has focused on the development and application of mathematical models of service systems, has resulted in dozens of publications in the premier technical journals such as Operations Research and Management Science as well as prominent healthcare journals such as Health Services Research, Inquiry and Academic Emergency...

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