Health Care Reform

By Kate Greenwood
In Recommended Reading
Jan 8th, 2014
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I put Karen Syma Czapanskiy’s article Special Kids, Special Parents, Special Education, which is forthcoming early this year in the Michigan Journal of Law Reform, on my To Read list when she  blogged about it (here and here) back in August.  This week, I finally read it, and I am glad I did.  In the article, Professor Czapanskiy sets […]...
By Kate Greenwood
In Monday Morning Recap
Dec 23rd, 2013
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What follows is a weekly feature here at Health Reform Watch.  Each Monday morning, we provide a recap of the drug and device law and policy developments over the previous week that caught our eye and made us think.  Credit for the format goes to Seton Hall Law alum Jordan T. Cohen, who used it […]...
By John V. Jacobi
In Drugs & Devices
Dec 18th, 2013
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The Affordable Care Act created a distinctly American health finance system, largely built on the foundation of employment-based insurance.  The list of controversies the statute has created is a long one; most recently, the Supreme Court has granted cert. in two cases challenging the “contraception mandate” on religious exercise/RFRA grounds.  There has been a lot [&h...
By Kate Greenwood
In Monday Morning Recap
Dec 16th, 2013
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What follows is a weekly feature here at Health Reform Watch.  Each Monday morning, we provide a recap of the drug and device law and policy developments over the previous week that caught our eye and made us think.  Credit for the format goes to Seton Hall Law alum Jordan T. Cohen, who used it […]...
By Kate Greenwood
In Health Reform
Dec 13th, 2013
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Last week, John V. Jacobi, the Dorothea Dix Professor of Health Law & Policy at Seton Hall University School of Law—and a contributor to this blog—testified before the New Jersey legislature at a hearing on the New Jersey insurance commissioner’s decision to allow insurers to renew recently-cancelled plans for an additional year. Professor Jacobi responded [&hellip...