Journal of Law and Health

Professional journal covering law and health.

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 1, Spring

Can Compulsory Health Insurance Be Justified? an Examination of Taiwan's National Health Insurance
I. INTRODUCTION II. TAIWAN'S NATIONAL HEALTH INSURANCE (NHI) A. Background B. Debates on the Constitutionality of the Compulsory NHI III. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE FREEDOM TO PURCHASE OR DECLINE HEALTH INSURANCE IV. HUMAN RIGHTS IMPACT ASSESSMENT...
HIPAA as an Evidentiary Rule? an Analysis of Miguel M. and Its Impact
INTRODUCTION I. PRIOR LAW: A. The HIPAA Privacy Rule B. Suppression C. Prior Cases Addressing the Applicability of Suppression to HIPAA Violations II. IN RE MIGUEL M A. Background B. Trial Court Ruling C. Second Department...
Pharmageddon: A Statutory Solution to Curb Ohio's Prescription Abuse Problem
I. INTRODUCTION II. BACKGROUND A. Dangers of Prescription Drug Abuse 1. Opioids 2. Tranquilizers 3. Stimulants B. Costs of Prescription Abuse C. Reasons for Prescription Drug Abuse D. Sources of Prescription Drugs Used for Abuse ...
Surrogacy and Insurance: The Call for Statutory Reform in Ohio
I. INTRODUCTION II. DEFINING AND UNDERSTANDING THE SURROGACY PROCESS A. Defining Surrogacy B. Cost of Getting Pregnant III. SURROGATES NEED INSURANCE A. Surrogates Need Insurance to Cover the Cost Associated with Pregnancy and Delivery ...
The Commerce Clause Implications of the Individual Mandate under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
I. INTRODUCTION II. THE ARGUMENT THAT THE DECISION NOT TO PURCHASE HEALTH INSURANCE IS NOT TO BE TREATED AS AN ECONOMIC ACTIVITY BECAUSE IT IS NOT CONNECTED TO ECONOMIC RISK-TAKING SHOULD BE REJECTED AS A DENIAL OF ECONOMIC REALITY AT THE PRACTICAL...