, Joanne R. Doherty, Mark A. Hall, John L. Cleveland, Robert A. Casero, Jr., Manoocher Soleimani. Supervision: Kamyar Zahedi, Robert A. Casero, Jr., Manoocher Soleimani. Validation: Kamyar Zahedi, Manoocher
States' Decisions Not to Expand Medicaid Health Care Reform Mark A. Hall - * @ 2014 Mark A. Hall. ** Fred and Elizabeth Turnage Professor of Law and Public Health at Wake Forest University School ... government in the ACA). 16. See MATTHEW BUETTGENS & MARK A. HALL, URBAN INST., WHO WILL BE UNINSURED AFTER HEALTH INSURANCE REFORM? 4 fig.2 (2011), available at http:// www.urban.org/uploadedpdf/1001520
colleague Mike Green. 1. See generally Mark A. Hall, Law, Medicine, and Trust, 55 STAN. L. REV. 463 (2003). law, rather than as simply an application of generic tort law principles to a particular set of ... professional malpractice). 41. Id. 42. See, e.g., MARK A. HALL ET AL., HEALTH CARE LAW AND ETHICS 266-67 (6th ed. 2003) (recounting a physician's outrage at being named in a lawsuit, even though he was soon
CONSTITUTIONAL MORTALITY: PRECEDENTIAL EFFECTS OF STRIKING THE INDIVIDUAL MANDATE MARK A. HALL 0 1 0 Copyright © 2012 by Mark A. Hall. This article is also available at 1 Fred and Elizabeth Turnage
) w173, w175 (2006), available at http://content.healthaffairs.org/cgi/reprint/25/3/w 173. 23. See MARK A. HALL, ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUND., THE COST AND ADEQUACY OF SAFETY NET ACCESS FOR THE UNINSURED ... SERVICES RES. 685, 699 (1998). 30. Mark A. Hall, Wenke Hwang & Alison Snow Jones, The Costs of Caring for the Uninsured Under Well-Structured Safety Net Systems (Aug. 30, 2010) (unpublished manuscript
), available at http://www.familiesusa.org/assets/pdfs/reinsurance-a-primer.pdf; Mark A. Hall & Janice S. Lawlor, ReinsurancePoolsfor Small-Group Health Insurance,19 J. OF INS. REG. 638, 642 (2001). 14. SWARTZ ... ), insurers pay 500% of market average rates to reinsure an individual, or 150% of market rates to reinsure a group. Mark A. Hall & Janice S. Lawlor, ReinsurancePoolsfor Small-Group Health Insurance,19 J. OF
LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. PAYING FOR WHAT YOU GET AND GETTING WHAT YOU PAY FOR: LEGAL RESPONSES TO CONSUMER-DRIVEN HEALTH CARE MARK A. HALL I - [Vol. 69:159 07__HALL.DOC 160 understanding, but this ... notes 2–4. 65. E.g., CLARK C. HAVIGHURST, HEALTH CARE CHOICES: PRIVATE CONTRACTS AS INSTRUMENTS OF HEALTH REFORM 89–110 (1995); Mark A. Hall & Gerard F. Anderson, Health Insurers’ Assessment of Medical
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these issues appeared in 2006. E.g., Mark A. Hall, Payingfor What You Get and Getting What You Payfor: Legal Responses to Consumer-Driven Health Care, 69 LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS., Autumn 2006, at 159; Jacoby
, in Gerard F. Anderson, Mark A. Hall, & Teresa R. Smith, When Courts Review Medical Appropriateness, 36 MEDICAL CARE 1295, 1297 (1998); Juliano & Schwab, supra note 76, at 598-602; Richards & Kritzer
caring scores to customers and to the public would greatly motivate health care corporations to adopt and promote a genuine ethic of caring. 1 Mark A. Hall is the Fred D. and Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor ... Internalized Norms, 86 VA. L. REV. 1577 (2000); Robert C. Ellickson, Law and Economics Discovers Social Norms, 27 J. LEGAL STUD. 537 (1998). 5 See Mark A. Hall, Legal Rules and Industry Norms: The Impact of Laws
DUKE LAW JOURNAL STATE REGULATION OF MEDICAL NECESSITY: THE CASE OF WEIGHT-REDUCTION SURGERY MARK A. HALL 0 1 0 Fred D. and Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law and Public Health, Wake Forest ... Mark A. Hall As Professor Sage so ably explains,1 medical necessity is the ground on which health care's cost/quality tradeoff battles are most visibly fought. The primary mechanism an insurer has for
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF DISCLOSING HMO PHYSICIAN INCENTIVES MARK A. HALL I - [Vol. 65: No. 4 care’s major tools. HMOs routinely pay physicians in a manner that rewards them for saving costs,2 ... 20, 2001 , at 31 ( reporting an HMO's agreement to reward a hospital network for improving its quality of care). 9. See Mark A. Hall, Motivating Physicians Through Financial Incentives: An Agency
Background Despite the recent proliferation in research on patient trust, it is seldom a primary outcome, and is often a peripheral area of interest. The length of our original scales to measure trust may limit their use because of the practical needs to minimize both respondent burden and research cost. The objective of this study was to develop three abbreviated scales to...
A. Hall, Law, Medicine and Trust, 55 STAN. L. REV. 463, 477 (2002). 9 See William M. Sage, ManagedCare'sCrimea: Medical Necessity, TherapeuticBenefit, and the Goals ofAdministrative Processin Health
Background Deregulated c-Myc expression is a hallmark of several human cancers where it promotes proliferation and an aggressive tumour phenotype. Myc overexpression is associated with reduced activity of Rel/NF-κB, transcription factors that control the immune response, cell survival, and transformation, and that are frequently altered in cancer. The Rel/NF-κB family member...
Copyright © 2002 by Frank A. Sloan and Mark A. Hall This article is also available at http://www.law.duke.edu/journals/65LCPSloan. MARKET FAILURES AND THE EVOLUTION OF STATE REGULATION OF MANAGED ... characteristics of alternative health plans.26 In recent years, direct access to specialists has 22. See Mark A. Hall, The Theory and Practice of Disclosing HMO Physician Incentives, 65 LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. 207
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A large number of randomized clinical trials with important health outcomes are completed each year. Those with favorable findings are typically reported and published rapidly, while the publication of those with unfavorable results is often delayed or given a positive "spin." This observation applies primarily to industry-sponsored trials. Our objectives are to discuss the...
THE DEFENSIVE EFFECT OF MEDICAL PRACTICE POLICIES IN MALPRACTICE LITIGATION MARK A. HALL 0 1 0 Copyright © 1991 by Law and Contemporary Problems 1 Professor of Law, Arizona State University , USA ... and defensive medicine are related, only in a reverse causal order than first stated. 2. As summarized in Mark A. Hall, The MalpracticeStandardUnder Health Care Cost Containment, 17 L Med & Health