Mark Hall

Professor Mark Hall featured in Triad Business Journal

The following, “In the Spotlight: Mark Hall,” was written by Jim Buice and published in the Triad Business Journal on  Oct. 6, 2016.

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Professor Mark Hall quoted in Winston-Salem Journal regarding BCBS’ statewide marketplace exchange plans

Professor Mark Hall is quoted in the following story, “Blue Cross to provide exchange plans in all N.C. counties in 2017,” written by Richard Craver and originally published in the Winston-Salem Journal on Sept. 23, 2016.

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Professor Mark Hall appointed to Brookings Institution as Nonresident Senior Fellow in Center for Health Policy

Professor Mark Hall, the director of the law school’s Health Law and Policy Program, has been appointed as the only Nonresident Senior Fellow in the Center for Health Policy at the Brookings Institution, part of the Washington, D.C.-based think tank’s Economic Studies research program.

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Professor Mark Hall discusses insurers in Affordable Care Act marketplaces in Washington Examiner and other sources

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in the Washington Examiner story, “Most Obamacare insurers lost money,” published by Paige Winfield Cunningham on July 20, 2016.  The article was posted on the American Thinker in the blog entry, “Two thirds of Obamacare insurers losing money,” published by Rick Moran on July 21, 2016.  Hall’s quotes also appeared in the Insurance & Financial Advisor article, “Most insurers lost money in the first year of Obamacare.”  The original article follows.

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Professor Mark Hall discusses federal lawsuit against Carolinas Healthcare in Winston-Salem Journal

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in the following article on June 10, 2016, “Carolinas Healthcare faces federal lawsuit on competition practices in Charlotte area,” written by Richard Craver and published originally in the Winston-Salem Journal.

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Professor Mark Hall discusses Blue Cross lawsuit against federal government for Affordable Care Act payments

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in the following article, “Blue Cross sues feds for ACA payments,” written by John Murawski and published originally in the News & Observer on June 2, 2016.

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Professor Mark Hall quoted by Forbes, other media regarding North Carolina’s proposed Affordable Care Act rate increases

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in the following articles on May 31, 2016: “Federal health officials say N.C. still has cost-effective ACA coverage,” written by Richard Craver and published originally in the Winston-Salem Journal, and “NC health insurers propose ACA rate increases for 2017,” written by John Murawski and published originally in the News & Observer and reposted on Pharmacy Choice Online and in The Charlotte Observer.  His response in the latter article was also included in the article, “Everything Will Be Fine As Soon As The Obamacare Market ‘Stablilizes’ –Not,” written by Robert Laszewski and published in Forbes on June 1, 2016.  The full Winston-Salem Journal article follows.

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Professor Mark Hall quoted in The Winston-Salem Journal discussing North Carolina Medicaid expansion

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in the following story, “Federal regulators tout behavioral health benefits to Medicaid expansion in North Carolina,” originally published in The Winston-Salem Journal on March 28, 2016.

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Professor Mark Hall interviewed on ‘The Week in Health Law’ podcast

Professor Mark Hall was the main guest in the The Week in Health Law podcast on March 24 to talk about expansion of Medicaid and more issues within Health Law. Continue reading »

Elder Law Clinic co-sponsors ‘Aging Re-Imagined’ symposium on March 17-18

Wake Forest Law’s Elder Law Clinic, led by Professor Kate Mewhinney, is co-sponsoring the “Aging Re-Imagined,” symposium on March 17-18 in different locations around the Wake Forest University campus.

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