We’re excited to introduce and welcome Bill Sage to our blogging community as an occasional contributor.
Bill teaches law at the University of Texas at Austin, where he also serves the university as vice provost for health affairs. A member of the Institute of Medicine and a fellow of the Hastings Center, he is currently working on aspects of regional and national health reform that emphasize improving the health care delivery system and forging a stronger relationship between health care services and population health. He holds medical and law degrees from Stanford University.
Some of Bill’s representative publications include:
- How Many Justices Does It Take to Change US Health Care? Only One, But It Has to Want to Change. Hastings Center Report 2012 (forthcoming).
- Relational Duties, Regulatory Duties, and the Widening Gap Between Individual Health Law and Collective Health Policy, Georgetown Law Journal 2008; 96(2): 497-522.
- Medical Liability and Patient Safety, Health Affairs 2003; 22(4): 26-36.
- Regulating Through Information: Disclosure Laws and American Health Care, Columbia Law Review 1999; 99(7): 1701-1829.