The Affordable Care Act: Early Outcomes and Legal Implications CLE Feb. 22
- 9:00 am - 12:15 pm
- School of Law Room 203
3-Hour Substantive Credit CLE
In a time of great change in the financing and delivery of healthcare for patients, providers, hospitals, and insurers alike, this continuing legal education program situates the Affordable Care Act (ACA) within a historic context of prior healthcare reforms and larger economic trends, as well as expounding upon the more significant provisions of the ACA and early data on the outcomes of its implementation.
Visiting Assistant Professor of Health Law Valarie K. Blake will present the program. Before arriving at Duquesne University School of Law in 2013, Blake served as an ethics senior research associate at the American Medical Association (AMA), where she drafted the AMA's Code of Medical Ethics, the primary guidance for physician professional self-regulation. In addition, she served the Cleveland Clinic as an advanced bioethics fellow providing bedside ethics consultation, research teaching and service in the areas of law, ethics and professionalism.
Duquesne University School of Law is proud to offer The Affordable Care Act: Early Outcomes and Legal Implications as the inaugural program in the Dean John J. Sciullo CLE Series for spring 2014. Learn more about Sciullo series.
Register for the February 22 course or the complete Sciullo series.
Payment can be made online at the time of registration (Visa, MC, Discover) or at the door with cash, check or credit card. Registration is required.
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