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Mark Hall

Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law

Phone: 336.758.4476
Email: hallma@wfu.edu
Location: Worrell 3314

Books

  • The Health Care Safety Net in a Post-Reform World, first editor with Sara Rosenbaum (Rutgers Univ. Press, forthcoming 2012).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics In a Nutshell, with I.M. Ellman & D. Orentlicher (3rd ed.) (West 2011).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (7th ed., 2007) (Aspen), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher. I am the lead author for this casebook, which is the oldest in the field.
  • Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships (2nd ed., Aspen 2008), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • Bioethics and Public Health Law (2nd ed., Aspen 2008), with D. Orentlicher & M. Bobinski (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • The Law of Health Care Finance and Organization (2nd ed., Aspen 2008), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships (Aspen 2005), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • Bioethics and Public Health Law  (Aspen 2005), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • The Law of Health Care Finance and Organization (Aspen 2005), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher (softbound edition based on Health Care Law and Ethics).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (6th ed., 2003) (Aspen), with M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher. 
  • Health Care Law and Ethics In a Nutshell, with I.M. Ellman & D. Strouse (2nd ed.) (West 1999) (Japanese translation published by Prof. Kunihiko Yoshida, School of Law, Hokkaido University).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (5th ed., 1998) (Aspen), with Wm. Curran (deceased), M. Bobinski, & D. Orentlicher. Reviewed in J. Leg. Med.
  • Making Medical Spending Decisions (Oxford Univ. Press, 1997). Reviewed in U. Mich. Law Rev. and J. Health Politics, Policy & Law.
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Managed Care (Aspen 1996) with Wm. Brewbaker.
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Facilities and Transactions (Aspen 1996), with Wm. Brewbaker.
  • The Charitable Tax Exemption (Westview Press 1995), with John C. Colombo. Reviewed in Exempt Org. Rev.
  • Reforming Private Health Insurance (American Enterprise Institute 1994), excerpted in K. Wing, et al. eds., The Law and American Health Care 1153-59 (1998) (Foundation Press casebook).
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Financing and Liability (Aspen 1994). 
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Formation and Regulation (Aspen 1993). 
  • Health Care Law, Forensic Science, and Public Policy, with Wm. J. Curran & D.H Kaye (Little, Brown, 4th ed. 1991).  
  • Health Care Law and Ethics In a Nutshell, with I.M. Ellman (West 1989).
  • Teachers’ Manuals (ten in all) for Health Care Law and Ethics casebook series (Aspen, 1991, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2008) 
Law and Public Policy Articles and Chapters
  • Commerce Clause Challenges to Health Care Reform, 159 U. Penn. L. Rev. 1825-1872 (2011), http://www.pennumbra.com/issues/pdfs/159-6/Hall.pdf .
  • Getting to Universal Coverage with Better Safety-Net Programs for the Uninsured, 36 J. Health Politics Pol’y & L. 521-26 (2011).
  • Risk Adjustment Under the Affordable Care Act: Issues and Options, 20 Kan. J. L. & Pub. Pol’y 222-36 (2011).
  • Individual Versus State Constitutional Rights Under Health Care Reform, 42 Ariz. St. L. J. 1233-43 (2011).
  • Approaching Universal Coverage with Better Safety Net Programs for the Uninsured, 11 Yale J. Health Policy, Law & Ethics 9-19 (2011).
  • Constitutional Challenges to Compulsory Insurance: A Guide through the Gauntlet. 41(2) Hastings Center Rep. 14-15 (March 2011).
  • The Sausage-making of Insurance Reform, 41(1) Hastings Center Rep. 9-10 (Jan. 2011).
  • Rethinking Safety-Net Access For The Uninsured, 364 New Eng. J. Med. 7 (2011).
  • Health Care Reform--What Went Wrong On The Way To The Courthouse, 364 New Eng. J. Med. 295 (2011).
  • Clearing Out the Underbrush in Constitutional Challenges to Health Insurance Reform. 364 New Eng. J. Med. 793 (2011), http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMp1101252 .
  • Legal Methods, in J. Sugarman & D. Sulmasy, eds., Methods in Medical Ethics (2d ed. 2010), with Nancy King.
  • Government-Sponsored Reinsurance, 19 Ann. Health L. 465-78 (2010).
  • Lessons from Credit Bureaus for Improving the Market for Electronic Medical Records, 44(3) J. Consumer Aff. 546-556 (2010), second author with Craig Richardson & Zagros Madjd-Dadjadi.
  •  Biobanking, Consent, and Commercialization in International Genetics Research: The Type 1 Diabetes Genetics Consortium (T1DGC), 7 Clinical Trials S33-S45 (2010), with Nancy M.P. King, Letitia H. Perdue, et al.
  • Quality Regulation in the Information Age: Challenges for Medical Professionalism, in Medical Professionalism in the New Information Age (2010), second author with Kristin Madison.
  • The Three Types of Reinsurance Created By Federal Health Reform. 29 (6) Health Aff. 1168-1172 (2010).
  • Property, Privacy, and the Pursuit of Integrated Electronic Medical Records, in The Fragmentation of U.S. Health Care: Causes and Solutions, E. Elhauge ed. (2010).
  • Property, Privacy, and the Pursuit of Integrated Electronic Medical Records, 95 Iowa L. Rev., 95 Iowa L. Rev. 631 (2010), http://www.uiowa.edu/~ilr/issues/ILR_95-2_Hall.pdf
  • After Insurance Reform: An Adequate Safety Net Can Bring Us to Universal Coverage.  39 (6) Hastings Center Rep.  9-10 (Nov. 2009).
  • The Constitutionality of Mandates to Purchase Health Insurance, 37 J. L. Med. Ethics 38-50 (2009), available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1334955.
  • When Patients Say No (To Save Money): An Essay on the Tectonics of Health Law. 41 Conn. L. Rev. 743-80 (2009), with Carl Schneider. http://works.bepress.com/mark_hall/2/
  • The Patient Life: Can Consumers Direct Health Care? 35 Am. J. L. & Med. 7-65 (2009), 2nd author with Carl Schneider. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1099054
  • The Legal and Historical Foundations of Patients as Medical Consumers, 96 Georgetown L. J.  583-597 (2008). http://www.georgetownlawjournal.org/issues/pdf/96-2/Hall.PDF . Reprinted in Asifa Begum, Medical Treatment and Law (Icfai University Press, India) (2010).
  • Patients as Consumers: Courts, Contracts, and the New Medical Marketplace, 106 Mich. L. Rev. 643-690 (2008), with Carl E. Schneider. http://www.michiganlawreview.org/archive/106/4/hallschneider.pdf
  • Systematic Content Analysis of Judicial Opinions, 96 Cal. L. Rev. 63-122 (2008), with Ronald F. Wright, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=913336
  • Paying For What You Get And Getting What You Pay For: Legal Responses To Consumer-Driven Health Care, 69(4) Law & Contemp. Prob. 159 (Autumn 2006).
  • Rethinking Professional Ethics In The Cost-Sharing Era, 6(4) Am. J. Bioethics W17-W22 (2006), second author with G. Caleb Alexander & John Lantos.
  • Researching medical trust in the United States, 20 J. Health Organization Mgt. 456-467 (2006).
  • Rethinking Health Law, 41 Wake Forest L. Rev. 341 (2006), with Carl Schneider and Lois Shepherd.
  • The History and Future of Health Care Law: An Essentialist View, 41 Wake Forest L. Rev. 347 (2006).
  • Insurance and Genetic Discrimination, in Neil F. Sharpe & Ronald F. Carter, eds. Genetic Testing: Care, Consent, and Liability 156-162 (Wiley-Liss, New York, 2005).
  • The Role of State Regulation in Consumer-Driven Health Care, 31 Am. J. L. & Med. 395-418 (2005), with Timothy S. Jost, reprinted in Furrow et al., Health Law: Cases, Materials and Problems (6th ed. 2008) .
  • Reviving Managed Care with Health Savings Accounts, 24(6) Health Affairs 1490-1500 (Nov/Dec 2005), with Clark C. Havighurst.
  • The "Death" of Managed Care: A Regulatory Autopsy, 30 J. Health Politics Policy & Law 427-452 (2005).
  • Can You Trust a Doctor You Can’t Sue?, 54(2) Depaul L. J. 303-13 (2005).
  • A Corporate Ethic of “Care” in Health Care, 3 Seattle J. Soc. Justice 417 (2004).
  • Where Is The "There" In Health Law? Can It Become A Coherent Field? 14 Health Matrix 101-5 (2004), with Carl Schneider.
  • Measuring Patients’ Trust In Physicians When Assessing Quality Of Care, 23(4) Health Affairs 124-132 (July 2004), with David Thom and Gregory Pawlson.
  • Caring, Curing and Trust: A Response to Gatter, 39 Wake Forest L. Rev. 447 (2004).
  • State Regulation of Medical Necessity: The Case of Weight-Reduction Surgery, 53 Duke L. J. 653-672 (2003).
  • The Impact of Blue Cross Conversions on Accessibility, Affordability, and The Public Interest, 81 Milbank Q. 509-42 (2003), with Chris Conover.
  • The Scope and Limits of Public Health Law, 46 Perspect. Biology Med. S199-S209 (2003).
  • Ideology and Trust: A Reply to Bloche, 55 Stanford L. Rev. 955-967 (2003).
  • The Management of Conflict Over Health Insurance Coverage, with G.F. Anderson, in The Privatization of Health Care Reform (M. Gregg Bloche ed., Oxford University Press 2003).
  • What If You Could Sue Your HMO? Managed Care Liability Beyond the ERISA Shield, 47 St. L. U. L. J. 235-98 (2003), with Gail B. Agrawal.
  • Trust, Law & Medicine, 55 Stanford L. Rev. 463-527 (2002), reprinted in 9 J. Nursing Law 33 (2003).
  • Discrimination in Insurance: Experience in the United States, in Encyclopedia of the Human Genome (2003).
  • The Ethics and Empirics of Trust, in Wm. Bondeson & James Jones, eds., The Ethics of Managed Care: Professional Integrity and Patient Rights (Kluwer, 2002).
  • Market Failures and the Evolution of State Regulation of Managed Care, 65 L. & Contemp. Prob. 169 (Autumn 2002), with Frank A. Sloan.
  • The Theory and Practice of Disclosing HMO Physician Incentives, 65 L. & Contemp. Prob. 207 (Autumn 2002).
  • Of Magic Wands and Kaleidoscopes: Fixing Problems in the Individual Market, 21(6) Health Aff. 12 (Nov. 2002).
  • Measuring Medical Practice Patterns, 37 Wake Forest L. Rev. 779 (2002), with R. Anderson, et al. 
  • HIPAA’s Small-Group Access Laws: Win, Loss or Draw? 22 Cato J. 71 (2002).
  • Genetic Enhancement, Distributive Justice, and the Goals of Medicine, 39 San Diego L. Rev. 669-682 (2002).
  • How Disclosing HMO Physician Incentives Affects Trust, 21(2) Health Aff. 197 (March 2002).
  • Two Cheers for Employment-Based Health Insurance, 2 Yale J. Health Pol’y L. & Ethics 23-57 (2002), with David A. Hyman.
  • Arrow on Trust, 26 J. Health Politics Pol’y & L. 1131 (2001).
  • Trust in Physicians and Medical Institutions: What is it, Can it be Measured, and Does it Matter?, 79 Milbank Q. 613 (2001), with Elizabeth Dugan, Beiyao Zheng, & Aneil Mishra.
  • Reinsurance Pools for Small-Group Health Insurance. J. Ins. Reg. Summer 2001 (with Janice Lawlor).
  • HIPCs, MEWAs, and Association Health Plans: A Guide for the Perplexed. Health Aff., Jan. 2001 (with Elliot Wicks and Janice Lawlor).
  • The Structure and Enforcement of Health Insurance Rating Reform. 37 Inquiry 376-88 (2001).
  • Health Insurance Purchasing Cooperatives: Performance and Prospects. Milbank Q., Dec. 2000 (with Elliot Wicks).
  • Disclosure of Physician Incentives: Do Practices Meet Purposes? 19 Health Aff., 156 (July 2000). 
  • Agents' Behavior under Health Insurance Market Reforms. 18 J. Ins. Reg. 341 (2000), with Craig Richardson. Winner of the Spence Kimball Jr. Prize for Best Article of the Year.
  • The Role of Independent Agents in the Success of Health Insurance Market Reforms. 78 Milbank Q. 23 (2000). 
  • An Evaluation of New York's Health Insurance Reform Law. 25 J. Health Politics Policy & Law 71 (2000).
  • An Evaluation of Vermont's Health Insurance Reform Law. 25 J. Health Politics Policy & Law 101 (2000).
  • The Geography of Health Insurance Regulation: A Guide to Identifying, Exploiting, and Policing Market Boundaries. 19(2) Health Affairs 173 (2000). 
  • Genetic Privacy Laws and Patients' Fear of Discrimination by Health Insurers: The View from Genetic Counselors, 28 J.L. Med. & Ethics 245, with Stephen Rich.
  • The Competitive Impact of Small Group Health Insurance Reform Laws. 32 Univ. Michigan J. Law Reform 685 (1999).
  • Legal Rules and Industry Norms: The Impact of Laws Restricting Health Insurers' Use of Genetic Information, 40 Jurimetrics 93 (1999), reprinted in Lori B. Andrews, et al., eds., Genetics: Ethics, Law and Public Policy (2002 and 2006) (West casebook).
  • State Strategies to Reduce the Growing Numbers of People without Health Insurance. 22(3) Regulation (1999), with Frank Sloan and Chris Conover.
  • Restricting Insurers’ Use of Genetic Information: a Guide to Public Policy. 3 No. Am. Actuarial J. 34 (1999). Chosen for the James C.H. Anderson Memorial Award from the Actuarial Education and Research Fund.
  • Referral Practices under Capitation, in Ethical Challenges in Managed Care: A Casebook (K. Gervais, et al. eds. 1999).
  • Public Choice and Private Insurance, 1998 Ill. L. Rev. 501.
  • The Ethics of Managed Care, 28 Cumb. L. Rev. 287 (1998), with Rbt. A Berenson (lead article in a symposium, with four commentaries in response).
  • A Theory of Economic Informed Consent, 31 Ga. L. Rev. 511 (1997).
  • Insurers' Use of Genetic Information, 37 Jurimetrics J. 13 (1996).
  • Insurance Regulation of Providers that Bear Risk, 22 Am. J. L. & Med. 361-87 (1996), with Allison Overbay, reprinted in John H. Robinson, et al., eds., A Health Law Reader: An Interdisciplinary Approach (1999).
  • Judicial Protection of Managed Care Consumers: An Empirical Study of Insurance Coverage Disputes, 26 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1055-68 (1996), with T.R. Smith, M. Naughton & A. Ebbers.
  • Physician Rationing and Agency Cost Theory, in R. Spece, et al. eds., Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research 228-50 (1996).
  • Liberal and Communitarian Ethics of Insurance Selection, in R. Misbin, et al. eds., Health Care Crisis: The Search for Answers? 94-111 (1995).
  • Rationing Health Care at the Bedside, 69 NYU L. Rev. 693-780 (1994), reprinted in Lars Noah, Law, Medicine & Medical Technology 994 (2d ed. 2007) (Foundation Press casebook).
  • The Problems with Rule-Based Rationing, 19 J. Med. & Philo. 315-32 (1994), reprinted in 17 Int’l Bioethics & Phil. Med. 623-31 (1996).
  • The Ethics of Health Care Rationing, 8 Pub. Aff. Q. 33-50 (1994).
  • Managed Competition and Integrated Health Care Delivery Systems, 29 Wake Forest L. Rev. 1-14 (1994).
  • Is Community Rating Essential to Managed Competition? (1994) (AEI Press).
  • The Role of Insurance Purchasing Cooperatives in Health Care Reform, 3 Kan. J. L. Pub. Pol'y 95-105 (1994).
  • Redefining the Terms of Health Insurance to Accommodate Varying Consumer Risk Preferences, 20 Am. J. L. & Med. 187-201 (1994), with Ira M. Ellman.
  • Health Insurance: Community-Rating or Experience-Rating?, 2 Responsive Comm'y 79-82 (1994).
  • Informed Consent to Rationing Decisions. 71 Milbank Q 645-68 (1993).
  • Health Insurers' Assessment of Medical Necessity, with G.F. Anderson. 140 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1637-1712 (1992), reprinted in Rand E. Rosenblatt, et al., Law and the American Health Care System (1997) (Foundation Press casebook).
  • The Political Economics of Health Insurance Market Reform. 11 Health Aff. 108-124 (summer 1992). 
  • The Adequacy of Hospital Reimbursement Under Medicaid's Boren Amendment, 13 J. Leg. Med. 205 (1992).
  • The Donative Theory of the Charitable Tax Exemption, with J.D. Colombo. 52 Ohio St. L. J. 1379-1476 (1992), reprinted in J. Fishman & S. Schwarz, Nonprofit Organizations 344 (2nd ed. 2000) (Foundation Press casebook), and in N. Cafardi & J. Cherry, Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials 97 (2d ed. 2008) (LexisNexis casebook).
  • The Future of Tax-Exemption for Non-Profit Hospitals and Other Health Care Providers, 2 Health Matrix 1 (1992), with John C. Colombo, reprinted in K. Wing, et al. eds., The Law and American Health Care 1153-59 (1998) (Aspen Press casebook).
  • The Charitable Status of Nonprofit Hospitals: Towards a Donative Theory of Tax Exemption, with J.D. Colombo. 66 U. Wash. L. Rev. 340-41 (1991), reprinted in J. Fishman & S. Schwarz, Nonprofit Organizations 367 (1995) (Foundation Press casebook).
  • The Defensive Effect of Medical Practice Policies in Malpractice Litigation, 54 L. & Contemp. Prob. 119-46 (Spring 1991). 
  • Health Care Cost Containment and the Stratification of Malpractice Law, 30 Jurimetrics J. 501-08 (1990).
  • The Medical Malpractice Standard under Health Care Cost Containment, 17 L. Med. & Health Care 347-62 (1989).  
  • Institutional Control of Physician Behavior: Legal Barriers to Health Care Cost Containment, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 431-536 (1988), excerpts reprinted in Janet L. Dolgin & Lois L. Shepherd, Bioethics and the Law (Aspen, 2005).
  • The Unlikely Case in Favor of Patient Dumping, 28 Jurimetrics J. 389-97 (1988). 
  • Making Sense of Referral Fee Statutes, 13 J. Health Pol. Pol'y & L. 623-32 (1988). 
  • The Jurisdictional Nature of the Time to Appeal, 21 U. Ga. L. Rev. 299-427 (1986).
  • Rate Appeals under Medicare's New Prospective Payment System: Reflections on the Meaning of 'Prospectivity,' 38 U. Fla. L. Rev. 407-47 (1986).
  • Hospital and Physician Disclosure of Patient Crimes, 62 U. Det. L. Rev. 145-182 (1985). 
  • Intergovernmental Cooperation and the Transfer of Powers, U. Ill. L. Rev. 775 (1981).
  • Common Carriers under the Communications Act, 48 U. Chi. L. Rev. 409 (1981).
  • Lawful Domicile under ' 212(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 47 U. Chi. L. Rev. 771 (1980). 
Peer-Reviewed Articles (Medical and Science Journals)
  • Model Safety-Net Programs Could Care for the Uninsured at One-Half the Cost of Medicaid or Private Insurance, 20 Health Aff. 1698-1707 (Sept. 2011), first author with A.S. Jones & W. Hwang.
  • Access to Care Provided by Better Safety Net Systems for the Uninsured: Measuring and Conceptualizing Adequacy, 68 Med. Care Res. & Rev. 441-461 (Aug. 2011).
  • Using Payroll Deduction to Shelter Individual Health Insurance from Income Tax. 46 Health Serv Res. 348-64 (Nov. 2010), first author with Chris Hager and David Orentlicher.
  • Paying for Individual Health Insurance Through Tax-Sheltered Cafeteria Plans. 47 Inquiry 252-61 (2010), first author with Amy B. Monahan. 
  • Per Capita Payments in Clinical Trials: Reasonable Costs versus Bounty Hunting, 85 Acad. Med. 1554-56 (2010), first author with J. Friedman et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20881671
  • Professional Obligations when Patients Pay Out of Pocket. 58(11) J. Fam. Prac. (2009), with Carl Schneider. http://www.jfponline.com/Pages.asp?AID=8100&issue=November_2009&UID
  • Disclosure of Financial Relationships to Clinical Research Participants: Goals, Evidence, and Recommendations, 361 New Engl J Med 916-21 (2009). 2nd author, with Weinfurt KP, King NMP, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2765249/
  • Ownership of Medical Information, 301 JAMA 1282-4 (2009), with Kevin Schulman, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19318657.
  • Toward a 21st Century Health Care System: Recommendations for Health Care Reform, 150 Ann Intern Med. 493-495 (2009), one of 20 group authors, http://www.annals.org/content/150/7/493.abstract.
  • Community Hospital Oversight of Clinical Investigators’ Financial Relationships, 31 IRB: Ethics Hum Res. 7-13 (2009); 1st author, with K. Weinfurt, J. Lawlor, et al., http://www.thehastingscenter.org/Publications/IRB/Detail.aspx?id=3136
  • Learning From The Legal History Of Billing For Medical Fees, 23 J Gen Intern Med 1257 (2008), with Carl E. Schneider, http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18414955 .
  • The Professional Ethics of Billing and Collections, 300 JAMA 1806 (2008), with Carl E. Schneider, http://jama.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/extract/300/15/1806 .
  • Screening for Hemochromatosis and Iron Overload: Satisfaction with Results Notification and Understanding of Mailed Results in Unaffected Participants of the HEIRS Study, 12 Genet Test. 491 (2008), 6th author, with Helen Harrison, Barbara Harrison, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18939938 .
  • Effects Of Disclosing Financial Interests On Participation In Medical Research: A Randomized Vignette Trial, 156 Am Heart J. 689 (2008), 2nd author with Kevin Weinfurt, Joelle Friedman, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18946893 .
  • Effects of Disclosing Financial Interests on Attitudes Toward Clinical Research, 23 J. Gen. Intern. Med. 860-66 (2008), 2nd author with Kevin P. Weinfurt, Joelle Y. Friedman, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2517900/ .
  • Developing Model Language for Disclosing Financial Interests to Potential Clinical Research Participants, 29(1) IRB Ethics & Human Research 1-5 (Feb. 2007), 5th author with Kevin P. Weinfurt, Jennifer S. Allsbrook, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17364012
  • Effects of State Managed Care Patient Protection Laws on Physician Satisfaction, 64 Med. Care Res. Rev. 585-599 (2007), 3rd author with Frank Sloan and John Ratliff
  • Genetic Screening for Iron Overload: No Evidence of Discrimination at 1 Year. 56 J. Fam. Prac. 829 (2007), 1st author with James Barton, Paul Adams, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17881622.
  • Results Communication And Patient Education After Screening For Possible Hemochromatosis And Iron Overload, 9 Genet Med. 778-791 (2007), 3rd author with Ann P. AP, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18007147 .
  • Impact Of Hemochromatosis Screening In Patients With Indeterminate Results, 8 Genet Med. 681-7 (2006), 5th author with Roger T. Anderson, et al., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17108759 .
  • Attitudes of African American and Low Socioeconomic Status White Women Toward Medical Research, 18 J. Health Care Poor Underserved 85-99 (2007), 4th author with Deborah Farmer, et al.
  • Measuring Trust in Medical Research, Medical Care, 44 Medical Care 1048-1053 (2006). 1st author with F. Camacho, Janice Lawlor, et at., http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17063137 .
  • Disclosing Conflicts of Interest in Research: Views of IRBs, Conflict of Interest Committees, and Investigators, 34 J. Law Medicine & Ethics 581 (2006), 5th author with Kevin P. Weinfurt, Joelle Y. Friedman, et al.
  • Views of Potential Research Participants on Financial Conflicts of Interest: Barriers and Opportunities for Effective Disclosure, 21 J. Gen. Intern. Med. 901 (2006), 5th author with Kevin P. Weinfurt, Joelle Y. Friedman, et al.
  • Policies of Academic Medical Centers for Disclosing Financial Conflicts of Interest to Potential Research Participants, 81 Acad. Med. 113-18 (Feb. 2006), 5th author with Kevin P. Weinfurt, Michaela A. Dinan, et al.
  • Employers’ Liability Risk for Managed Care Injuries, 22(1) Benefits Q. 45-48 (Jan. 2006).
  • Privatization of Blue Cross Plans: Public Benefit or Public Harm? 27 Annu. Rev. Public Health 443-463 (2006), 1st author with Christopher Conover.
  • The Impact on Patient Trust of Legalizing Physician Aid in Dying. 31 J. Med. Ethics 693-697 (2005), 1st author with Felicia Trachtenberg and Elizabeth Dugan.
  • Patient Acceptability of Genotypic Testing for Hemochromatosis In Primary Care, 7 Genetics in Medicine 557-563 (2005), 3rd author with Roger T. Anderson, Nancy Press, Diane Tucker, et all. 
  • Impacts of Managed Care Patient Protection Laws on Health Services Utilization and Patient Satisfaction with Care, 40 Health Services Res. 647-667 (June 2005), 3rd author with Frank Sloan & John Rattliff.
  • Health Insurers' Medical Necessity Determinations for Bariatric Surgery. 1(2) Surg for Obesity Related Disorders 86-90 (March 2005).
  • Concerns In A Primary Care Population About Genetic Discrimination By Insurers, 7(5) Genetics in Med. 311-16 (2005), 1st author with Jean E. McEwen, James C. Barton, et al.
  • How Patients' Trust Relates To Their Involvement In Medical Care, 54 J. Fam. Pract. 344-52 (2005), 2nd author with Felicia Trachtenberg & Elizabeth Dugan.
  • Liability Implications of Physician-Directed Care Coordination, 3 Ann. Fam. Med. 115-120 (2005), 1st author with Ralph Peeples and Richard Lord.
  • How Patient-Physician Encounters In Critical Medical Situations Affect Trust: Results Of A National Survey, 4 BMC Health Services Research 24 (2004), 2nd author with Rahul A. Shenolikar & Rajesh Balkrishnan.
  • Do Employers Voluntarily Include Patient Protections in Self-Insured Health Plans? Managed Care Interface, Jan. 2005, pp. 76-80, 2nd author with Janice Lawlor.
  • Managed Care Patient Protection or Provider Protection? A Qualitative Assessment, 117 Am. J. Med. 932 (2004).
  • Balancing Commercial and Public Interests. 5(6) Current Controlled Trials in Cardiovascular Medicine 1 (2004), 2nd author with Curt Furberg & Mary Anne Sevick.
  • An Exploration of Patients' Trust in Physicians in Training. 15 J. Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 294-306 (2004), 4th author with Denise E. Bonds, et al.
  • Malpractice Litigation Reform: Empirical Approaches to Establishing the Legal Standard of Care, 19(5) J. Medical Practice Mgt. 279 (April 2004), 1st author with Michael D. Green.
  • The Impact and Enforcement of Prudent Layperson Laws, 43 Ann Emerg. Med. 558-66 (2004).
  • Effect of Language Immersion on Communication With Latino Patients, 64 N.C. Med. J. 258-62 (2003), 3rd author with Shari Barkin, et al.
  • Trust and Satisfaction with Physicians, Insurers, and the Medical Profession, 41 Medical Care 1058 (2003), 2nd author with Balkrishnan R., Dugan E., & Camacho F.T.
  • Trust in the Medical Profession: Conceptual and Measurement Issues, 37 Health Serv. Res. 1419-39 (Oct. 2002), 1st author with Fabian Camacho, Elizabeth Dugan, et al.
  • Measuring Patients' Trust in their Primary Care Providers, 59 Med. Care Res. & Rev. 293 (2002), 1st author with Beiyao Zheng, Elizabeth Dugan, et al.
  • Capitation Payment, Length of Visit, and Preventive Services: Evidence from a National Sample of Outpatient Physicians, 8 Am. J. Managed Care 332-40 (April 2002), 2nd author with Rajesh Balkrishnan, Don Mehrabi, et al.
  • Do Patients Trust Their Doctors? Does it Matter? 62 N.C. Med. J.188-191 (2001).
  • Patients' fear of genetic discrimination by health insurers: the impact of legal protections, 2 Genetics in Medicine 214‑21 (2000), 1st author with Stephen Rich.
  • Laws Restricting Health Insurers' Use of Genetic Information: Impact on Genetic Discrimination. 66 Am. J. Human Genetics 293 (2000), 1st author with Stephen Rich.
  • The Impact of Health Insurance Market Reforms on Market Competition. 6 Am. J. Managed Care 57 (2000).
  • Ethical Practice in Managed Care: A Dose of Realism, 128 Ann. Intern. Med. 395 (1998), 1st author with Rbt. A. Berenson.
  • When Courts Review Medical Appropriateness, 36 Medical Care 1295 (1998), 2nd author with G.F. Anderson & T.R. Smith.
  • Medical Technology Assessment and Practice Guidelines: Their Day in Court, 2nd author with G.F. Anderson & E.P. Steinberg, 83 Am. J. Pub. Health 1635-39 (1993).
  • Reforming the Health Insurance Market for Small Businesses. 326 New Eng. J. Med. 565-70 (1992).  
Miscellaneous
  • Using Empirical Research to Inform Research Ethics: The Conflict of Interest Notification Study (COINS), SoCRA Source, Aug. 2011, pp. 12-18, first author with J. Sugarman & K. Weinfurt.
  • Risk Adjustment Under the Affordable Care Act: A Guide for Federal and State Regulators, The Commonwealth Fund, May 2011, http://www.commonwealthfund.org/Content/Publications/Issue-Briefs/2011/May/Risk-Adjustment-Under-the-ACA.aspx
  • Who will be Uninsured after Health Insurance Reform? (March 2011), http://www.rwjf.org/coverage/product.jsp?id=71998, with M. Buettgens.
  • Book Review of Patient, Health Thyself: How the New Medicine Puts the Patient in Charge, by Robert M. Veatch. New Engl. J. Med. 359(26): 2851-52 (2008).
  • “47 Million & Counting: Why the Health Care Marketplace is Broken,” Senate Finance Committee, June 2008.
  • Book Review, Health Care At Risk: A Critique of the Consumer-Driven Movement, by Timothy Jost, J. Health Pol. Pol’y & L. 845 (2008).
  • “A Tribute to Daniel Strouse,” 48 Jurimetrics J. 125, 129 (2008).
  • “The HIPAA Headache,” Hastings Center Report 5 (Jan 2008).
  • “Teaching DRG's: How and Why,” Am. Health Lawyers Assoc. (2007).
  • “Did Regulation Kill Managed Care?”, 3 (4) Law and Bioethics Report (Spring 2004).
  • Letter, “Evidence-Based Medicine on Trial,” 291 JAMA 1697 (2004).
  • Book Review, Holding Health Care Accountable, by Haavi Morreim, 28 J. Health Pol. Pol’y & L. 556-560 (2003).
  • Assessment of Potential Impact on Accessibility and Affordability of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of North Carolina’s Proposed Conversion to For-Profit Status, submitted to N.C. Commissioner of Insurance, 2002-2003, with Christopher J. Conover.
  • Symposium Introduction: Empirical Approaches to Establishing the Medical Standard of Care, 37 Wake Forest L. Rev. 663 (2002), with Michael D. Green.
  • Barriers to Small‑Group Purchasing Cooperatives (March 2000), a research report done for the Economic and Social Research Institute, with Elliot K. Wicks and Jack A. Meyer.
  • Letter, “How Should Physicians Involve Patients in Medical Decisions?” 283 JAMA 2390 (2000), with Carl Schneider, reprinted in Marsha Garrison & Carl E. Schneider, The Law of Bioethics: Individual Autonomy and Social Regulation (2003).
  • When Genes are Decoded, Who Should See the Results? New York Times, Feb. 29, 2000, at D7 (invited op-ed column).
  • Forward, “Genetics, Law and Public Policy,” Wake Forest L. Rev., 1999.
  • Letter, “Expanding Managed Care Liability,” Health Affairs, 1999
  • Letter, “Exploring the Ethics of Clinical Role Conflicts,” 282 JAMA 132 (1999)
  • Book Review, U.S. Health Law and Policy: A Guide to the Current Literature, by Donald Caldwell, Jr., 20 J. Leg. Med. 435-39 (1999).
  • Character of Guidelines Evolves, Concern Lingers Over Protection, 13(4) Medical Malpractice Law & Strategy 1-4 (1996), with D.S. Dadakis.
  • Managed Competition Meets Tax-Neutrality, 14(2) Health Aff 274 (1995). 
  • Letter to the Editor, Ann. Intern. Med. 1996 (regarding health care rationing).
  • Letter to the Editor, New Eng. J. Med. 1995 (regarding outcomes research).
  • Book review, J. Health Pol. Pol’y & Law 1995 (regarding Medicaid fraud).
  • Letter to the Editor, 11 Issues in Science and Technology 18 (1995) (regarding organ procurement).
  • Futility policies and the law. 56 NC Med J 450 (1995).
  • Medical Liberalism's past and Future. Review Of: E.J. Emanuel, The Ends of Human Life: Medical Ethics in a Liberal Polity, 34 Jurimetrics J 235 (1994), with Kader D, Karjala D, et al.
  • Health Policy and the Courts. Health Affairs 1993 (Spring); 230 (letter).
  • Book review of M. Siegler et al., Medical Innovation and Bad Outcomes. 28 Jurimetrics J. 247-52 (1988).
  • Book review of P. Danzon, Medical Malpractice: Theory, Evidence, and Public Policy, 26 Jurimetrics J 203 (1986). 
  • Introduction to: Diana S. Greene, 79 Ways to Calm a Crying Baby (1988).