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By Tara Adams Ragone
In Health Insurance
Oct 16th, 2014
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Cross-Posted at HealthLawProf Blog As we prepare for the second open enrollment period for the health insurance marketplaces to begin in just over one month, transparency offers a potential means of empowering consumers to make better decisions regarding the health plans they choose. Some states are making strides in this area. The New Hampshire Insurance […]...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Health Law
May 23rd, 2013
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Professor John Jacobi took part in the Council on State Public Affairs’ “New Jersey State of Health” symposium, covered by NJ BIZ and NJ Spotlight. The symposium brought together the state’s leading health policy experts to discuss and formulate responses to the challenges wrought by the implementation of the ACA. NJ Spotlight reports that: The […]...
By Melissa Cartine
In Health Law
May 17th, 2013
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has, in large part,  overhauled the American health care system— and the national dialogue that has resulted from PPACA’s enactment is seemingly infinite.  The focus of this post, however, is one particular topic that has not often been a part of the national dialogue.  It addresses PPACA’s […]...
By Timothy Stoltzfus Jost
In Health Law
Mar 22nd, 2013
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Q. (Tim Jost) Your book explains, for the general reader, what was at stake in the health care fight and what the Supreme Court did.  Why should the general reader care?  All this is old news. A. (Andy Koppleman) If you’re sitting on a hill, and a large boulder rolls past you, it’s a good […]...
By Michael Ricciardelli
In Antitrust
Mar 5th, 2013
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Research Fellow & Lecturer in Law Tara Ragone appeared in Modern Healthcare on the potential impact of a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision which found a hospital not exempt from antitrust scrutiny, despite its claim to be protected from such through “state action immunity doctrine,” which, according to Modern Healthcare, “gives states wide latitude to […]...