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The Burden Of A Good Idea: Examining The Impact Of Unfunded Federal Regulatory Mandates On Medicare Participating Hospitals, Rachel Juhas Suddarth Jan 2018

The Burden Of A Good Idea: Examining The Impact Of Unfunded Federal Regulatory Mandates On Medicare Participating Hospitals, Rachel Juhas Suddarth

Law Faculty Publications

Health care costs are on the rise. In 1960, the United States spent $9 billion on hospital care. Since then, hospital related spending has grown exponentially. In 2015, the United States spent over $1 trillion on hospital care, with $359.9 billion of those payments coming from the federal Medicare program for the aged and disabled. Researchers have long tried to understand the exact causes of rising health care costs. While many have closely examined the costs associated with population demographics, medical innovation, prescription drug costs, overutilization of services, and fraud or abuse, there is one driving force that does ...


Private Right Of Action Jurisprudence In Healthcare Discrimination Cases, Allison M. Tinsey Jan 2017

Private Right Of Action Jurisprudence In Healthcare Discrimination Cases, Allison M. Tinsey

Law Student Publications

Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act provides that entities covered by the Act which receive federal funds are prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. But since the provision’s enactment and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ promulgation of a regulation creating a private right of action for alleged discrimination under the Act, courts have disagreed on whether a private right of action exists to enforce Section 1557. This Comment summarizes the courts’ confusion in applying the holding of Alexander v. Sandoval and Chevron deference to the ...


Health Care Law, Sean P. Byrne, Garrett Hooe Nov 2014

Health Care Law, Sean P. Byrne, Garrett Hooe

University of Richmond Law Review

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Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph Mar 2012

Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph

University of Richmond Law Review

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Health Courts: Panacea Or Palliative?, Carl W. Tobias Nov 2005

Health Courts: Panacea Or Palliative?, Carl W. Tobias

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Health Care Law, Kathleen M. Mccauley Nov 2003

Health Care Law, Kathleen M. Mccauley

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Health Care Law, Peter M. Mellette, Emily W. G. Towey, J. Vaden Hunt Nov 2002

Health Care Law, Peter M. Mellette, Emily W. G. Towey, J. Vaden Hunt

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.