GWU Experts Available to Comment on the 2012 Election and Impact on Health and Affordable Care Act
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Health policy and health care law experts at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services are available to comment on the 2012 election and how the results might alter the health care landscape, including the fate of the Affordable Care Act. The landmark health reform bill was passed by Congress in 2010 but has yet to be fully implemented.
The following GW experts can offer insight and analysis on what the future might hold for the individual mandate, the plan to expand Medicaid and other crucial issues on the health policy agenda in the months ahead.
To schedule interviews with health policy experts at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services (SPHHS) please contact Kathy Fackelmann at 202-994-8354 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sara Rosenbaum, JD
Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law and Policy in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy
Professor Rosenbaum is an expert on health care reform, health care law, children’s health, health disparities, health insurance and the Medicaid program.
Joel Teitelbaum, JD, LLM
Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Affairs in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy
Professor Teitelbaum is an expert on health care law including the ACA, health care civil rights, public health law, minority health policy and long-term care.
Leighton Ku, PhD, MPH
Professor in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy and Director of the Center for Health Policy Research Professor Ku is an expert in access to health care, Medicaid, the State’s Children Health Insurance Program, immigrant health, health care financing and budgets and the safety net.
Taylor Burke, JD, LLM
Associate Professor of Health Policy and Law in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy
Professor Burke is an expert on legal and policy issues as they relate to access to care, health information technology, quality improvement and the health insurance exchanges.
Katherine Jett Hayes, JD
Associate Research Professor in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy
Professor Hayes is an expert on health policy, community health centers, quality initiatives in Medicare and Medicaid, long-term care, dual eligibles, private health insurance and health care reform implementation.
Katie Horton, RN, MPH, JD
Research Professor in the SPHHS Department of Health Policy
Professor Horton is an expert on health policy, health services research and the pharmaceutical industry.