Online Exam List

Ethical Issues II (NH course #6000138684, 3 ethics credits)

Two Ethical Principles (Mass course #C19400, 8 ethics credits)

Healthcare Reform Since 2003 (Mass course #C22758, 39 credits)

Mistreated by Richard Pearl (Mass course #C93761, 16 credits)

Mistreated by Dr. Richard Pearl, Mass course #C93761, 16 credits. Dr. Pearl, CEO of the Permanente Medical Group, shows how our currently disorganized healthcare system and inappropriate incentives lead to higher costs and poorer quality care than we would like.  Among Dr. Pearl’s astonishing insights: it takes an average of 17 years for a new, proven treatment to become widely accepted among physicians.

The Trillion Dollar Revolution by Ezekiel Emanuel and Abbe Gluck (Mass course #C11381)

Know Your Chances by Steven Woloshin, Mass course #C99094, 5 credits

Ethical Issues II (Mass course #6000136953, 3 ethics credits)


Should I Be Tested for Cancer? by H. Gilbert Welch (Mass course #C08840, 10 credits)

Beyond Deductibles (Mass course #C92891, 3 credits)

Health Ins Risks and Reforms (NH course #6000137080, 21 credits)

Understanding Health Insurance #75321, 14 credits-NH

Health Insurance Broker Disclosure Ethics 1 #484832-NH

NH- Health Insurance Broker Ethics I #60000075221, 6 ethics credits

NH- Fundamental Health Insurance Problems and Solutions #60000075250, 10 credits

NH-Understanding Health Insurance #75321, 14 credits

Unaffordable by Jonathan Engel, Mass course #C15919, 10 credits


Fundamental Health Insurance Problems and Solutions by Gary Fradin, (Mass Course #C20195, 8 credits)

Ethics for Health Insurance Brokers Connecticut course #110995, 5 LRE credits

Remedy and Reaction by Paul Starr, Mass course #C59071, 13 credits

The American Healthcare Paradox by Elizabeth Bradley and Lauren Taylor, Mass course #C20084, 7 credits

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