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Professor Mark Hall quoted in WRAL.com article regarding medicaid in North Carolina

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in an article titled, “Changing Medicaid to managed care could take years,” for WRAL.com on Oct. 24. Hall is one of the nation’s leading scholars in the areas of health care law, public policy and bioethics. The author or editor of twenty books, including Making Medical Spending Decisions (Oxford University Press), and Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen), he is currently engaged in research in the areas of heath care reform, access to care by the uninsured, and insurance regulation. The article follows in full below.

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NPR: Health Law and Policy Program Director Mark Hall’s hybridized Medicaid plan for North Carolina receiving national attention

Professor Mark Hall was quoted in an article by NPR, WFAE and Kaiser Health News on the changes the state of North Carolina is striving to make to Medicaid. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall tells Charlotte NPR station N.C. Medicaid overhaul model could be good for consumers

Professor Mark Hall, director of the law school’s Health Law and Policy Program, was interviewed by the Charlotte NPR affiliate WFAE 90.7 about his opinion on the Medicaid overhaul that was to be voted on by North Carolina lawmakers on Tuesday, Sept. 22. You can find the original article here, on the WFAE 90.7 website. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall quoted in New York Times about how difficult it is to start a new competitive insurance company

Professor Mark Hall is quoted in the article, “Tough Going for Health Co-ops,” published in the New York Times on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, about how difficult it is to start a new insurance company that is competitive. Hall, who is the director of the law school’s Health Law and Policy Program, is the Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law at Wake Forest University. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall and Edwin Shoaf (JD ’15) write op/ed in Winston-Salem Journal stating Medicaid reform in sight

 Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Hall and Edwin Shoaf (JD ’15) wrote the following op/ed that was published here in the Winston-Salem Journal on Sunday, Aug. 30. Shoaf is a research fellow with, and Hall is the director of, the  law school’s Health Law and Policy Program. Continue reading »
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Health Law and Policy Program Director Mark Hall says potential Duke, Novant Health ‘collaboration’ is significant

Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Hall, director of the new Health Law and Policy Program, tells the Durham Herald-Sun a potential Duke, Novant Health “collaboration” is significant because “these are two of the state’s largest hospital systems that are forming an alignment that covers the major geographic centers of the state.” The original story follows: Continue reading »

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Health Law and Policy Program launch featured in Triad Business Journal

Professor Mark Hall was interviewed by the Triad Business Journal about the impact of launching the new Health Law and Policy program and what it will mean for students in the future.  Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall participates in Parker Poe health law symposium

Professor Mark Hall was among the participants in the Parker Poe Health Care Law Symposium on July 16, 2015. The original article about Professor Hall’s participation can be found here on the Parker Poe website. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall named new Health Law and Policy Program director

Wake Forest Law is introducing its Health Law and Policy Program, which is designed to strengthen students’ knowledge and engagement to prepare them to enter the fields of health law and public policy, in fall 2015. Continue reading »

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Professors tell Winston-Salem Chronicle why they support recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings

Law professors support of recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings about the Affordable Care Act, fair housing, and marriage equality has been very high, according to an article written by The Chronicle of Winston-Salem.
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