Published Staff Members


Published Staff Members in Volume 10

The following student comments will appear in Volume 10 of the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy:

Molly Anderson - “Evidence-Based Public Health is the Answer to Increasing American Childhood Vaccination Rates, Not Legislative Fortitude”

Erin Grant - “Belling the Cat: Implementation of a Prospective Payment System of Reimbursement for Critical Access Hospitals, Its Likely Success, and Political Implications of this Policy”

Tyler Klein - “Antitrust Enforcement Against Pharmaceutical Product Hopping: Protecting Consumers or Reaching Too Far?”

Elizabeth Tucker - “Adding Insult to Injury: How the ACA’s “Fix” for Nursing Home Compare Staffing Data Misses the Mark”


Published Staff Members in Volume 9

The following student notes and comments appeared in Volume 9 of the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy:

Maddie Bainer - “Mergers and Monopolies: An Examination of the Cyclical Effect of Anti-Competition and a Lack of Rate Regulation in Health Care”

Alex Dansicker - “Paying Docs for End-of-Life Discussions: Can Monetary Incentives Change the Failures Inherent with Physician-Patient Communications?”

Tyler Dinkelaker - “A False Sense of Safety: How the Drug Quality and Security Act Fails to Protect Patients from Harm”

Matt Westbrook - “Transforming the Physician's Standard of Care in the Context of Whole Genome Sequencing Technologies: Finding Guidance in Best Practice Standards”


Published Staff Members in Volume 8

The following student notes and comments appeared in Volume 8 of the Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy:

Mayo Alao - “Thirty-Eight Years and Counting: The FDA’s Misuse of the 510(k) Notification Process and Consequent Under-Regulation of Implantable Medical Devices”

Kalle Elizabeth Deyette - “Hitech Act:  Building an Infrastructure for Health Information Organizations and a New Health Care Delivery System”

Peter J. Eggers - “Disclosure for Closure? Why the Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol Process Paired with the 60-Day Overpayment Rule Creates More Headaches Than Solutions”

Rachel A. Polzin - “Short-Stay, Under Observation, or Inpatient Admission?—How CMS’ Two Midnight Rule Creates More Confusion & Concern”


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