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March 28 at Neighborhood Health Plan (25 credit program)
March 28, 2018 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm$39.95 – $299
Healthcare Financing Through History and Literature
Wednesday, March 28 at Neighborhood Health Plan, 399 Revolution Drive, Somerville
Starting at 10:30
Great authors often articulate social problems poignantly. In this 50 minute lecture, Gary Fradin reviews Moliere’s play The Imaginary Invalid and George Bernard Shaw’s play The Doctor’s Dilemma to ask ‘what have we learned’ and ‘have we advanced?’
After the lecture take 2 Self Study exams for 26 credits
You must read the texts in advance.
You will not be permitted to take the exams otherwise.
Mistreated by Dr. Richard Pearl, Mass course #C93761, 16 credits shows how our disorganized healthcare system leads to high costs and poor quality. Available from amazon.com and audible.com – listen in your car!
Healthcare Problems and Solutions Mass course #C01002, 9 credits, compares and contrasts various approaches to health insurance including single payer systems (Canada, UK and the VA), managed care and consumer driven healthcare. Paperback version available from amazon.com or pdf directly from Gary
Exams take about 25 minutes each after the lecture. Proctors provided. Graded immediately. Total program time is about 1 ¾ hours.
$299 for the lecture and both exams
Checks and credit cards accepted in class
or pay on this site.
Register online or send an email to Gary at gfradin@HealthInsuranceCE.com
Pls include your Mass broker’s license number with your registration.
Need ethics credits?
Disclosure Ethics by Gary Fradin Mass course #C33541, 4 credits is available to people who need ethics credits for $39.95. Pay in class.
Simply request the text from Gary and take the exam at NHP.
Contact Gary with questions. 508-878-3785 or gfradin@HealthInsuranceCE.com