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Law And Power In Health Care: Challenges To Physician Control, Mary Anne Bobinski May 2019

Law And Power In Health Care: Challenges To Physician Control, Mary Anne Bobinski

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Doctors On The Take: Aligning Tort Law To Address Drug Company Payments To Prescribers, Lars Noah Aug 2018

Doctors On The Take: Aligning Tort Law To Address Drug Company Payments To Prescribers, Lars Noah

Buffalo Law Review

The pharmaceutical and medical device industries aggressively market their wares to health care professionals, and the giving of gifts has become a central feature of this process. Most observers regard financial incentives tied to the use of specific therapeutic products as ethically impermissible, and various institutions have tried combating inappropriate gifts and payments to physicians: medical and industry groups adopted voluntary codes, federal agencies published advisory guidelines, and, most recently, state and federal legislatures enacted reporting laws. Self-regulation, threats of prosecution, and transparency initiatives have tempered the practice, but manufacturers continue to find clever ways of purchasing the loyalty of ...


Informed Consent For The Use And Storage Of Residual Dried Blood Samples From State-Mandated Newborn Genetic Screening Programs, Tufik Y. Shayeb Dec 2016

Informed Consent For The Use And Storage Of Residual Dried Blood Samples From State-Mandated Newborn Genetic Screening Programs, Tufik Y. Shayeb

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Responding To The Childhood Vaccination Crisis: Legal Frameworks And Tools In The Context Of Parental Vaccine Refusal, Dorit Rubinstein Reiss, Lois A. Weithorn Aug 2015

Responding To The Childhood Vaccination Crisis: Legal Frameworks And Tools In The Context Of Parental Vaccine Refusal, Dorit Rubinstein Reiss, Lois A. Weithorn

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Obamacare Interrupted: Obstructive Federalism And The Consumer Information Blockade, Katherine T. Vukadin May 2015

Obamacare Interrupted: Obstructive Federalism And The Consumer Information Blockade, Katherine T. Vukadin

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Two Stories About Two Currencies Of Care, Hendrik Hartog Apr 2013

Two Stories About Two Currencies Of Care, Hendrik Hartog

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Who Will Care For The Elderly?: The Future Of Home Care, Peggie R. Smith Apr 2013

Who Will Care For The Elderly?: The Future Of Home Care, Peggie R. Smith

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


When Caring Is Work: Home, Health, And The Invisible Workforce: Introduction, Dianne Avery, Martha T. Mccluskey Apr 2013

When Caring Is Work: Home, Health, And The Invisible Workforce: Introduction, Dianne Avery, Martha T. Mccluskey

Buffalo Law Review

This essay introduces the SUNY Buffalo Law School 2012 James McCormick Mitchell Lecture. The Lecture featured distinguished scholars Hendrik Hartog, Jennifer Klein, and Peggie R. Smith, who each contributed an essay to this volume. These three scholars give a richly detailed picture of home caretakers' struggles to gain visibility and support for their important work. Legal rulings and policy choices have made care workers distinctly vulnerable, treating care services as an expression of love rather than contract (as Hartog describes), or as social rehabilitation for marginal citizens rather than as skilled health care provision (as Klein explains), or as informal ...


"We Have To Take It To The Top!": Workers, State Policy, And The Making Of Home Care, Jennifer Klein, Eileen Boris Apr 2013

"We Have To Take It To The Top!": Workers, State Policy, And The Making Of Home Care, Jennifer Klein, Eileen Boris

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Hope Or Hype?: Why The Affordable Care Act's New External Review Rules For Denied Erisa Healthcare Claims Need More Reform, Katherine T. Vukadin Dec 2012

Hope Or Hype?: Why The Affordable Care Act's New External Review Rules For Denied Erisa Healthcare Claims Need More Reform, Katherine T. Vukadin

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


When Push Comes To Shove: Mandatory Immunization In Times Of Pandemic-Type Emergencies, Philip P. Houle, Suzanne R. Houle Sep 2011

When Push Comes To Shove: Mandatory Immunization In Times Of Pandemic-Type Emergencies, Philip P. Houle, Suzanne R. Houle

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Implementing American Health Care Reform: The Fiduciary Imperative, Dayna Bowen Matthew May 2011

Implementing American Health Care Reform: The Fiduciary Imperative, Dayna Bowen Matthew

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Health Care Reform: What’S Happening And Where Are We Going?, Anthony Szczygiel Feb 2011

Federal Health Care Reform: What’S Happening And Where Are We Going?, Anthony Szczygiel

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


A Parent's Choice V. Governmental Regulations: A Bioethical Analysis In An Era Of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, Michael Gortakowski Sep 2010

A Parent's Choice V. Governmental Regulations: A Bioethical Analysis In An Era Of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, Michael Gortakowski

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Breeding Ground For Communicable Disease: What To Do About Public Health Hazards In New York Prisons, Claire Fortin Sep 2010

A Breeding Ground For Communicable Disease: What To Do About Public Health Hazards In New York Prisons, Claire Fortin

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Healing Or Homicide?: When Parents Refuse Medical Treatment For Their Children On Religious Grounds, Emily Catalano Sep 2009

Healing Or Homicide?: When Parents Refuse Medical Treatment For Their Children On Religious Grounds, Emily Catalano

Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


Technical Standards For Admission To Medical School: Deaf Candidates Don't Get No Respect, Michael Schwartz Sep 2009

Technical Standards For Admission To Medical School: Deaf Candidates Don't Get No Respect, Michael Schwartz

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Words To Live By: Public Health, The First Amendment, And Government Speech, Jess Alderman Jan 2009

Words To Live By: Public Health, The First Amendment, And Government Speech, Jess Alderman

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Hard Ball, Soft Law In Mlb: Who Died And Made Wada The Boss?, George T. Stiefel Iii Dec 2008

Hard Ball, Soft Law In Mlb: Who Died And Made Wada The Boss?, George T. Stiefel Iii

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Big Food's Trip Down Tobacco Road: What Tobacco's Past Can Indicate About Food's Future, Joshua Logan Pennel Sep 2008

Big Food's Trip Down Tobacco Road: What Tobacco's Past Can Indicate About Food's Future, Joshua Logan Pennel

Buffalo Public Interest Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Romance Is Dead: Mail Order Bridges As Surrogate Corpses, Daniel Epstein Sep 2008

Romance Is Dead: Mail Order Bridges As Surrogate Corpses, Daniel Epstein

Buffalo Journal of Gender, Law & Social Policy

No abstract provided.


At The Altar Of Autonomy: The Dangerous Territory Of Abigail Alliance V. Von Eschenbach, Andrea Beth Ott Jul 2008

At The Altar Of Autonomy: The Dangerous Territory Of Abigail Alliance V. Von Eschenbach, Andrea Beth Ott

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Race Against Time, Sarah Feor Sep 2007

Race Against Time, Sarah Feor

Buffalo Human Rights Law Review

Book review of Stephen Lewis' Race Against Time


Pandemic Fears And Contemporary Quarantine: Protecting Liberty Through A Continuum Of Due Process Rights, Michelle A. Daubert Jan 2007

Pandemic Fears And Contemporary Quarantine: Protecting Liberty Through A Continuum Of Due Process Rights, Michelle A. Daubert

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Court Self-Preservation And Terri Schiavo, Jack M. Beermann Dec 2006

Federal Court Self-Preservation And Terri Schiavo, Jack M. Beermann

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Autonomy And End-Of-Life Decision Making: Reflections Of A Lawyer And A Daughter, Ray D. Madoff Jul 2005

Autonomy And End-Of-Life Decision Making: Reflections Of A Lawyer And A Daughter, Ray D. Madoff

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Universal Hospital Insurance And Health Care Reform: Policy Legacies And Path Dependency In The Development Of Canada's Health Care System, Lesley A. Jacobs Apr 2005

Universal Hospital Insurance And Health Care Reform: Policy Legacies And Path Dependency In The Development Of Canada's Health Care System, Lesley A. Jacobs

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Beyond The Bylaws: Hospital—Physician Relationships, Economics, And Conflicting Agendas, John D. Blum Apr 2005

Beyond The Bylaws: Hospital—Physician Relationships, Economics, And Conflicting Agendas, John D. Blum

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Medicare Should, But Cannot, Consider Cost: Legal Impediments To A Sound Policy, Jacqueline Fox Apr 2005

Medicare Should, But Cannot, Consider Cost: Legal Impediments To A Sound Policy, Jacqueline Fox

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.


Government Reinsurance Programs And Consumer-Driven Care, John V. Jacobi Apr 2005

Government Reinsurance Programs And Consumer-Driven Care, John V. Jacobi

Buffalo Law Review

No abstract provided.