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Wake Forest Law to host a ‘Conversation With’ Professor Mark Hall on Wednesday, April 2

Wake Forest Law will host Professor Mark Hall, Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law,as part of its “Conversation With” series at noon on Wednesday, April 2, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. Continue reading »

Ken Lalime of HealthyCT, a new nonprofit cooperative in Connecticut, which has signed up just 1,700 customers. Credit Christopher Capozziello for The New York Times

Professor Mark Hall tells New York Times some small non-profit health insurance co-ops will fail

The rented offices of HealthyCT, a new insurer in Connecticut, bustle with the energy of a start-up. The sales force takes pride in noting that HealthyCT is a truly local outfit, governed by members, rather than a for-profit behemoth like Anthem, the state’s dominant insurer whose offices are a 10-minute drive away. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall

Professor Mark Hall appears on PBS Carolina Business Review discussing Affordable Care Act beginning Friday, Jan. 24

Professor Mark Hall will once again appear on the PBS series, “Carolina Business Review,” discussing the Affordable Care Act beginning at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, on WTVI Charlotte. The show is a panel discussion of local highlights in business for the week with guests who speak regarding their particular business and its relation to economies in North and South Carolina. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall tells NPR it’s unlikely Alabama BlueCross knows what its risk-adjustment costs will be

Insurance companies aren’t crazy about their share of the , but mostly they’ve complained to politicians and regulators. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall co-authors study about Affordable Care Act, quoted in USA Today

WASHINGTON — Routine costs, not requirements of the Affordable Care Act, contributed to the majority of health insurance rate increases in the last year, a new study released Thursday shows. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall quoted in Chicago Tribune regarding hospitals taking steps to ensure patients pay

Before undergoing an MRI, a CT scan or a surgery to clean up that wobbly knee, consumers had better become accustomed to hearing: “How do you intend to pay for that?”

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Professor Mark Hall talks about health care exchanges and the Affordable Care Act on Carolina Business Review

Professor Mark Hall talked about the Health Care Exchanges and The Affordable Care Act on the Carolina Business Review show aired by North Carolina and South Carolina PBS stations on Friday, Oct. 25.

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Professor Mark Hall comments on BB&T entering private exchange sector

Employers and workers are gaining – gradually – more options for health insurance coverage through a relatively new concept called private exchanges.

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Professor Mark Hall discusses tax credit under Affordable Care Act in Winston-Salem Journal

About 684,000 North Carolinanians would qualify for a tax credit in 2014 if they acquire health insurance through the federal exchange that launched Oct. 1, according to a report from a nonprofit agency focused on health care issues.

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Professor Mark Hall to give keynote at Houston Law Review’s 18th Annual Frankel Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 31

HOUSTON — The 18th Annual Frankel Lecture, sponsored by the Houston Law Review at the University of Houston Law Center, will focus on the prospects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) succeeding or failing with its efforts to overhaul health insurance.

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