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Mending The Fabric Of Small Town America: Health Reform & Rural Economies, Sidney D. Watson Sep 2010

Mending The Fabric Of Small Town America: Health Reform & Rural Economies, Sidney D. Watson

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Counting The Cost, Marc A. Clauson Apr 2010

Counting The Cost, Marc A. Clauson

History and Government Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Litigation, Integration, And Transformation: Using Medicaid To Address Racial Inequities In Health Care, Ruqaiijah Yearby Jan 2010

Litigation, Integration, And Transformation: Using Medicaid To Address Racial Inequities In Health Care, Ruqaiijah Yearby

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Litigation, Integration, And Transformation: Using Medicaid To Address Racial Inequities In Health Care, Ruqaiijah Yearby Jan 2010

Litigation, Integration, And Transformation: Using Medicaid To Address Racial Inequities In Health Care, Ruqaiijah Yearby

Faculty Publications

Using a public health policy perspective, this article examines the persistence of racial inequities in nursing homes and prescribes a solution to address these inequities. I use empirical data to prove the persistence of racial inequities in health care, analyze the government policies that allow racial inequities to continue, and provide a solution of regulatory integration. Specifically, I propose that civil rights enforcement be integrated with the nursing home enforcement system, which has been aggressively enforced and monitored. There are many strategies that may lead to the adoption of this system. One such strategy is using the Medicaid Act to ...


Cutting The Fat Out Of Health-Care Costs: Why Medicare And Medicaid Write-Offs Should Not Be Recoverable Under Oklahoma’S Collateral Source Rule, Michael W. Cromwell Jan 2010

Cutting The Fat Out Of Health-Care Costs: Why Medicare And Medicaid Write-Offs Should Not Be Recoverable Under Oklahoma’S Collateral Source Rule, Michael W. Cromwell

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.