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Annual Health Law Symposia

Each spring the Center hosts its annual Health Law Symposium featuring leading experts and scholars in the field.

Conference topics focus on groundbreaking issues in health law and policy. The proceedings of the symposium are published in the Journal of Health Law and Policy.

Past Symposia:

2017 Coping with Health Care Market Concentration
2016 Dying Fast and Slow: Improving Quality of Dying and Preventing Untimely Deaths
2015 The ADA at 25: Disability Rights and the Healthcare Workforce
2014 Health Care Reform, Transition and Transformation in Long Term Care
2013 Regulating Dual-Use Research in Life Sciences
2012 Drugs & Money
2011 Implementing Health Reform: Fairness, Accountability and Competition
2010 Pandemic Preparedness: Lessons Learned and Future Challenges
2009 Living in the Genetic Age: New Issues, New Challenges
2007 Medicare: After the Medicare Modernization Act
2006 From Risk to Ruin: Shifting the Cost of Health Care to Consumers
2005 Sports Medicine: Doping, Disability & Health Quality
2004 Administrative Law Meets Health Law: Inextricable Pairing or Marriage of Convenience?
2003 Unequal Treatment: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care
2002 Looking Beyond a Patient Bill of Rights: The Future of Managed Care
2001 Ehealth: Structural, Legal and Ethical Implications
2000 Taking the Pulse of Medicaid
1999 Legal and Policy Issues for Academic Medical Centers
1998 Medical Necessity: Fraud, False Claims and Managed Care
1997 Antitrust and Health Care: Current Antitrust Issues for the Health Care Provider
1996 Shifting Professional Relationships in Contemporary Health Care: Privileges, Labor, Employment and Contract
1994 The National Health Care Reform
1993 Legal and Ethical Controls on Biomedical Research: Seeking Consent, Avoiding Condescension
1992 Law and Psychology - Beyond Mental Health and Legal Procedure