Supplement to Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (American Casebook Series)

For over a quarter of a century, this casebook has defined the field of health law, providing a balanced overview of the law as it affects patients, professionals, institutions, and entities that deliver and finance healthcare in the United States. Written without policy bias to reflect all viewpoints, the new Supplement, which will be available

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For over a quarter of a century, this casebook has defined the field of health law, providing a balanced overview of the law as it affects patients, professionals, institutions, and entities that deliver and finance healthcare in the United States. Written without policy bias to reflect all viewpoints, the new Supplement, which will be available for classes beginning in August of 2016, will include new edited cases, notes and problems to address:
North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC and analysis of its impact on state regulation of healthcare professionalsGobeille v. Liberty Mutual, and ERISA preemption of state all-payer claims databasesRelevant statutory changes with regard to the Affordable Care Act, as well as King v. Burwell and House v. BurwellMACRA and the move from volume based payments to value based payments such as MIPS and APMs, and new options for Medicare ACOsDevelopments in Medicaid, including the Medicaid managed care rule and Armstrong v. Exceptional Child CenterUnited Health Services v. United States ex rel. Escobar (the propriety of the “false certification” theory under the False Claims Act)Antitrust cases involving significant mergers in health insurance, hospital, and physician marketsWhole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, and other developments in abortion and contraception lawNew developments in aid in dying in state legislatures and courtsProposed changes to the Common Rule on research involving human subjects.

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