Tag Archives: Florida

The Curious Case Of The Docs Versus The Glocks: Firearms, The First Amendment, And Physician Speech

A Symposium On Health Law. On February 3, 2016 the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit agreed to rehear the appeal in Wollschlaeger v. Florida, vacating a decision issued last December by a three-judge panel which had replaced two of its own prior opinions.

March 9, 2016

Health Care Consumerism: Can The Tail Wag The Dog?

It has been suggested that the ACA would usher in a new age of health care consumerism powered by on-line tools, cost calculators, and armies of engaged consumers. However, the excessive expectations need to be recognized before we design systems that depend on patients’ being savvy shoppers.

March 2, 2016

What Are The States Doing To Prepare For King v. Burwell? (Part 1)

Given the stakes and the compressed timeframe, what, if anything, are the states doing to prepare for the possibility of a government defeat in King v. Burwell?

June 4, 2015