Ho-ho-ho! The return of TWIHL’s infamous and extra long “Who’s Been Naughty or Nice?” Holiday show. This year’s festive appreciation of healthcare law and policy features the seasonal vocalizations of Zack Buck, Erin Fuse Brown, and Elizabeth Weeks Leonard. Nominees for both naughty and nice include a wealth of administration moves, plenty of good and bad Medicaid news, drug pricing, and a whole lot more to fill the stockings and trigger the consumption of prodigious amounts of egg nog. Read More
Abbe Gluck, Professor of Law and the Faculty Director of the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School, and I continue a deep dive into some of the issues raised at the November 2018 Yale roundtable on on “The Law and Policy of AI, Robotics, and Telemedicine in Health Care.”
I am joined by Abbe Gluck, Professor of Law and the Faculty Director of the Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy at Yale Law School.
In November 2018 her team pulled together an excellent roundtable on “The Law and Policy of AI, Robotics, and Telemedicine in Health Care.”
This episode of TWIH is the first of two taking a deeper dive into just a few of the issues that were so well presented at the roundtable.
Here we were joined by Michael Froomkin, the Laurie Silvers and Mitchell Rubenstein Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of Miami School of Law and by Nicholson Price, Assistant Professor of Law at The University of Michigan Law School. Topics ranged from consent in the next generation of healthcare research to data protection, and appropriate regulatory models. Read More
A long overdue return from health care privacy and security guru Kirk Nahra. Kirk is a partner at Wiley Rein LLP in DC and teaches privacy courses at American University. We have a broad-ranging discussion touching on European General Data Protection Regulation (particularly its territorial scope), the new California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (particularly its attempted HIPAA carve-out), the (un)likelihood of federal privacy regulation, and some recent HIPAA cases and settlements. Read More
What do you get when you put some super-smart lawyers from a top law firm and the Federation of State Medical Boards in a room and raise the topic of AI regulation? Some pretty smart ideas about future implementation, reimbursement, liability and regulation. Read More
Midterm Takeaways Director’s Cut: I am joined by Professor Wendy Mariner, Professor of Health Law at Boston University School of Public Health and Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law. It was three days after the midterm elections and we thought it would be a good idea to reflect on some of the health law and policy stories. Here’s the complete list.
Health care issues were a major driver of voting across the country this week. Here are some key takeaways from the health-related ballot measures and newly elected candidates that emerged from Tuesday’s election.
If you listened to the last episode of TWIHL you may recall that it was recorded early on October 26, 2018 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.
Professor Parmet is the Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Law and Director, Center for Health Policy and Law; Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. With Patricia Illingworth she authored The Health of Newcomers, Immigration, Health Policy, and the Case for Global Solidarity, published last year by NYU Press. Wendy was most generous in letting me share her compelling talk here on TWIHL. Read More
(Posted for Seema Mohapatra and Lindsay Wiley)
Seema Mohapatra and Lindsay Wiley are pleased to announce a Call for Authors for Feminist Judgments: Rewritten Health Law Opinions. Authors interested in contributing a rewritten opinion or commentary should respond by Sept. 22 via the form found here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/19fz5PYWMtrhJc1qgrs1gMSmEblhrD-z8hjMbNZI_Gxs/edit.
Prospective authors are asked to indicate which of 15 health law opinions – selected with the advice of our advisory committee – they would be interested in rewriting or commenting on and provide a description of why their top-choice case is a good candidate for a feminist rewrite. For more information, please see the full text of the Call for Authors that follows. Read More