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Recommended Reading: “Google Glass and Health Care: Initial Legal and Ethical Questions”

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Recommended Reading: “Google Glass and Health Care: Initial Legal and Ethical Questions”
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By Tara Adams Ragone As more and more potential uses of Google Glass in health care are discussed and tested, Nicolas P. Terry, Chad S. Priest, and Paul P. Szotek’s recent article, “Google Glass and Health Care: Initial Legal and Ethical Questions,” is an important read. While noting that there are a number of potential […]

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Recommended Reading: New Empirical Analysis of False Claims Act Whistleblower Litigation

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Recommended Reading: New Empirical Analysis of False Claims Act Whistleblower Litigation
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By Kate Greenwood Cross-Posted at Bill of Health Late last year, the Columbia Law Review published David Freeman Engstrom’s Private Enforcement’s Pathways: Lessons from Qui Tam Litigation, the fourth in a series of articles Professor Engstrom has written on the growth and evolution of qui tam litigation. (My colleague Associate Dean Kathleen Boozang wrote about […]

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Doctors’ Decision-making: Regression Proof?

Doctors’ Decision-making: Regression Proof?
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Cross-Posted at Bill of Health As I have blogged about before, last year, in Kaiser v. Pfizer, the First Circuit joined the handful of courts to have approved a causal chain of injury running from a pharmaceutical company’s fraudulent promotion, through the prescribing decisions of thousands of individual physicians, to the prescriptions for which a third-party […]

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Recommended Reading: AHLA White Paper “Beneficiary Inducements in an Evolving Market: Assessing the Risks, Understanding the Benefits and Drawing the Lines”

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Recommended Reading: AHLA White Paper “Beneficiary Inducements in an Evolving Market: Assessing the Risks, Understanding the Benefits and Drawing the Lines”
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This white paper reports on a convener session held by AHLA’s public interest committee in October 2013.  The session brought together a diverse array of individuals from government, industry, providers, patient advocates, and academia, including Seton Hall Law Professor John V. Jacobi, to discuss the federal Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Money Penalty Law’s prohibitions on […]

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Recommended Reading: Houston Law Review Frankel Lecture and Commentaries Offer Valuable Analysis of the Affordable Care Act and Guideposts for Continued Reform

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Recommended Reading: <em>Houston Law Review</em> Frankel Lecture and Commentaries Offer Valuable Analysis of the Affordable Care Act and Guideposts for Continued Reform
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As the ACA’s first open enrollment period closes, a trio of articles in the recent Houston Law Review offers critical analyses of what health reform has accomplished and important reminders of what remains to be done: 1. Mark A. Hall’s Frankel Lecture, Evaluating the Affordable Care Act: The Eye of the Beholder, seeks to provide […]

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