Created by:  University of Minnesota

  • Stephen T Parente

    Taught by:  Stephen T Parente, Professor

    Carlson School of Management, Department of Finance
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LevelBeginner
Commitment5 weeks of study, 2 - 4 hours/week
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The University of Minnesota is among the largest public research universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study and research. Located at the heart of one of the nation’s most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, government agencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 of 223 ratings

Informative and a good introduction for the subject

Great course on US Healthcare Industry. very useful for novices, introduces all aspects of the industry, top issues and trends !

It's a dynamic industry so perhaps provide links where new research and statistics can be found. Great course for those new to the industry.

Great course. Very interested in going to the next sections. Some oddities about question ordering and repetition, but nothing that inhibits the learner from continuing.