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The discussion involves some predictable issues such as data protection and FDA regulation but also raises additional questions about business models, liability constructs, and the role of reimbursement. Episode Listen here! Links are in the Bill of Health post that inspired this.
If you listened to the last episode of TWIHL you may recall that it was recorded early on October 26th just before I kicked off our conference on the intersection of health care and immigration policy.
Thereafter, it was my distinct pleasure to welcome Wendy Parmet as our keynote speaker. We have a broad discussion about the intersection of health care and immigration policy.
His published work has touched on such topics as health rights litigation, refugee health care, social determinants of health, health care solidarity, and medical tourism. Her research focuses on the structural defects and biases that create inequity in our health care delivery and financing systems, and the role that law and government regulators play in ensuring equitable access to health care resources.
She has special expertise in the impact of Obamacare on Medicaid and private insurance access, reproductive and sexual health barriers, mental health care, and hospital closings in low-income neighborhoods.
Her research interests lie at the intersection of health, law, and poverty. She is particularly interested in access to health care and other health-promoting public benefits in immigrant communities. Four of us got together as a panel to discuss Healthcare in the Era of the Trump Administration.
State Law Reactions to Trumpcare. Paying for Health Care in the Trump Era. Her scholarship focuses on the cross-section of health care law and constitutional law with emphasis on the role of federalism and spending power in federal health care programs, especially Medicaid. Most recently, his writing has sought to evaluate how the enforcement of health care fraud and abuse laws impacts American quality of care, with a particular focus on the legal regulation of over-treatment.
At UT, Professor Buck teaches bioethics and public health seminar, torts, health care finance and organization, health care regulation and quality, and fraud and abuse. Bard is an internationally recognized expert in the intersection of the fields of law, public health, and bioethics.
This was a panel, not a typical studio recording so to get the most out of it you may wish to download our slides: Thad is also a Ph. This week we discuss grave and complex problems in end of life care, focusing on the tragic case of Jahi McMath. Thad recently published " Brain Death Forsaken ," and offers a wealth of insight on this and similar situations.
The definition of death has complex implications for insurance, reimbursement, malpractice, and even criminal law. In her research, Jessica has offered compelling and innovative perspectives on a range of issues in heatlh care research, finance, privacy, and ethics.
The Role of Policy and Law. His research examines the use of law to improve health, with a focus on drug policy, reducing the spread of infectious disease, and the role of the criminal justice system in shaping public health outcomes. For background on Diseases of Despair we recommend: Where Next for Opioids and the Law?
We recorded two shows, the first concentrating on public health aspects, the second on healthcare law and policy. TWIHL thanks all the conference attendees and the organizers for their help and a wonderful conference. And, of course, special thanks to Leo!
This week we welcome Kansas University law professor Andrew W. Torrancewho teaches and conducts research in patent law, intellectual property, innovation, and so much more!Discover TWIHL on Google Play Music.
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