This course provides an opportunity for students with a foundational knowledge of healthcare law to apply it to certain healthcare-specific business transactions, and to address some of the common regulatory problems that healthcare providers face. In addition to studying cases and articles, the course relies predominantly on a variety of less traditional law school teaching modalities—including small-group exercises, student-prepared “primer” presentations and instructor-prepared didactic video presentations—to provide students with both the substantive and skills-based knowledge of the many health law and some non-health law topics necessary to handle these matters.