Tag: Health Law

Post-Enrollment: Ensuring Successful Follow-Through for Health Reform

Post-Enrollment: Ensuring Successful Follow-Through for Health Reform
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Cross-Posted at HealthLawProf Blog Millions – including millions of the “young invincibles” – have been enrolled in the ACA’s private and public insurance programs.  And a recent study by Sommers, Long, and Baicker in the Annals of Internal Medicine, suggests that this enrollment will save lives.  That’s great news for all interested in progressive health […]

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Seton Hall Law Places First at UM Carey Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition

Filed in Compliance, Health Law, Seton Hall Law by on February 28, 2014 0 Comments
Seton Hall Law Places First at UM Carey Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition
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At Seton Hall Law’s website, Victoria Dorum reports that Seton Hall Law students Lindsey Borgeson, Joyce Crawford, and Phillip DeFedele (pictured above, from left), along with alternate Cynthia Frumanek, recently came in first at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law’s Health Law Regulatory and Compliance Competition. Dorum writes: Not only did the team members distinguish […]

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Changing Landscape of New York Hospitals

Changing Landscape of New York Hospitals
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Hospital mergers and other forms of transactions, such as joint ventures and affiliations, have been occurring more frequently in recent years. A report issued by the accounting firm Dixon Hughes Goodman noted the predominant reasons for hospitals to undergo these structural changes are: (1) to achieve economies of scale; (2) to benefit from a partner’s […]

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Bring the New Australian Living Donor Compensation Scheme to the United States

Filed in Bioethics, Health Law by on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Bring the New Australian Living Donor Compensation Scheme to the United States
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The Australian government has announced a new scheme that will compensate living organ donors with cash payments during their recovery period. This is said to be intended not as a payment for the organ, but as a way to minimize the financial burden of donation. The plan should be seen as a step in the […]

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We’re Back!

We’re Back!
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Here at Seton Hall Law, the halls are filled with the sounds of students again, which means our summer-long blog hiatus has come to an end.  We’re excited to get back to blogging at Health Reform Watch! As always, the blog will feature analysis and commentary from Seton Hall’s health law faculty and Recommended Reading […]

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