New Symposium Articles: “The Law of Medicare and Medicaid at Fifty,” Yale J. Health Pol’y, L. & Ethics (2015). As can be seen from the list below, several are of course poverty related articles [But note, you may have to get these through other services like Lexis, Westlaw, or Hein]:
- 1 Symposium Issue Introduction: The Law of Medicare and Medicaid at Fifty Abbe R. Gluck
- 21 Obamacare, Medicare, and Baseball’s Greatest Pitchers Jonathan Cohn
- 27 Opening Remarks Ezekiel Emanuel
ARTICLES & ESSAYS
- 37 Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care Organizations, and Traditional Medicare: Synchronization or Collision?
Thomas L. Greaney
- 57 The Reverberating Risk of Long-Term Care
Allison K. Hoffman
- 67 The Universality of Medicaid at Fifty
- 89 Multiple Medicaid Missions: Targeting, Universalism, or Both?
John V. Jacobi
- 111 The Accidental Administrative Law of the Medicare Program
Eleanor D. Kinney
- 141 Medicare at 50: Why Medicare-for-all Did Not Take Place
Theodore R. Marmor & Kip Sullivan
- 185 Medicaid at 50: No Longer Limited to the “Deserving” Poor?
- 197 Clash of the Titans: Medicaid Meets Private Health Insurance
- 213 Out of the Black Box and Into the Light: Using Section 1115 Medicaid Waivers to Implement the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid Expansion
Sidney D. Watson