News & Events
Carolyn Quattrocki, executive director,
Maryland Governor's Office of Health Care Reform speaking at Next Steps in Health Reform Conference
March 7, 4 - 5:30 pm: Launch of the Special Global Health, Gender, and Human Rights Edition of the Health Law & Policy Brief -- featuring remarks by Dean Grossman and senior PAHO officials.
March 11 - 16: Executive Certificate in Health Policy, Financing, and Law -- Taught by health policy luminaries and available on-line through a live and interactive webcast, this certificate training will help participants master and navigate the public policy landscape that is transforming the delivery of health care services in America.
March 21, : Evolving First Amendment Protection of Commercial Speech: Health Law Implications -- Expert panelists will lead discussions addressing current trends in the First Amendment protection of commercial speech and their impact on the regulation of:(1) off-label drug promotion post-Sorrell; (2) tobacco marketing; and (3) food and beverage labeling.
- Next Steps in Health Reform Conference (MS Word) - Oct. 16, 2012 - Expert panelists discussed the challenges and opportunities facing states, health plans, and providers as health reform moves forward.
- Health Law Internship & Externship Panel - Oct. 25, 2012 - Students discussed past health law placements. How they obtained their placements and what they learned at their internships/externships
- Medicare, Medicaid and the Mandate: Health Reform in the 2012 Election, Oct. 22, 2012
- Information Session on Elder Law Seminar, Oct. 2012
- Lunchtime Seminar on NFIB v. Sebelius - Aug. 30, 2012
- Summer Health Law and Policy Institute - June 18-June 29, 2012 - Offered ten 1-credit courses taught by leading health law policymakers and practitioners.
- Inaugural Conference on Global Health, Gender, and Human Rights - March 21-22, 2012
- Whose Information Is It Anyway? Health Information Privacy in the Digital Age - Feb. 14, 2012
- Drugs, DNA, and You: Personalized Medicine in the 21st Century - Feb. 18, 2011