Mark Hall

Medicaid boon or Frankenstein monster? Study by Professor Mark Hall and Edwin Shoaf (’14) featured in Charlotte Observer, Bloomberg Business

The following piece originally ran in The Charlotte Observer and was picked up by Bloomberg Business: Medicaid reform is the $12 billion question in North Carolina, as legislators debate the best way to control costs for the federal-state insurance program for low-income residents, most of them children. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall advocates blending ACOs, private providers in Winston-Salem Journal

North Carolina legislators should aim for a hybrid strategy — blending affordable care organizations with private providers — in their next attempt at Medicaid reform, a Wake Forest University law professor recommends. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall talks about Medicaid reform on WUNC’s ‘The State of Things’

Medicaid reform is at the forefront of North Carolina’s legislative agenda this session, but legislators are still debating how to design the reform.  Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall tells New York Times there is a need to standardize medical billing

Professor Mark Hall tells the New York Times’ there is certainly a need to standardize billing in the following story that ran in the New York Times on Sunday, May 3, here.

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Wake Forest University researchers release study on ‘Medicaid Reform Options for North Carolina’

Wake Forest Law’s Mark A. Hall, Professor of Law & Public Health, and Edwin Shoaf (’14), Health Law and Policy Research Associate, released a study entitled, “Medicaid Reform Options for North Carolina,” on Friday, May 1. The study is the product of Wake Forest Law’s soon-to-be announced Health Law and Policy Program. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall cited in AJMC article on benefits of Affordable Care Act

Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Hall is cited in The American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC) article titled “Medical Loss Ratio Provision Pays Consumers $5 Billion from 2011-2013″ by Laura Joszt, published on March 26, 2015.

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Professor Mark Hall tells NPR’s Marketplace health insurance companies are healthy

Professor Mark Hall tells NPR’s Marketplace Dan Gorenstein in this story that despite a rough few years, health insurance companies have weathered the storm. On Thursday, a new report out from the Commonwealth Fund finds the health insurance industry is doing just fine, thank you very much. Continue reading »

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Professor Mark Hall receives Blue Cross Blue Shield grant for heath and well-being research

Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Hall is among several fellow Wake Forest University faculty members who will receive support from four $50,000 seed grants from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina to fund their research projects in the field of health and well-being. Hall, who is one of the nation’s leading scholars in the areas of health care law, will be working mainly to develop and disseminate information and to balance debates over whether to expand Medicaid eligibility within North Carolina.

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Professor Mark Hall quoted in New York Times about ‘How an adverse Supreme Court ruling would send Obamacare into a tailspin’

Professor Mark Hall tells The New York Times that policy environment does not work well in the article,  “How an Adverse Supreme Court Ruling Would Send Obamacare Into a Tailspin,” published on Feb. 27, 2015.

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Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court wins regional competition, advances to international finals in April

The members of the Stetson International Environmental Law Moot Court team won the North American Regional Competition during the weekend of Feb. 6-8, 2015, in Washington, D.C. The moot court team, led by Professor John Knox, is composed of law students Elissa Hachmeister (’16), Ashley Sims (’16) and Emily Singer (’16). They will now advance to the International Finals held at Stetson College of Law on April 16-18, 2015.