Mark Hall

Mark Hall

Fred D. and Elizabeth L Turnage Professor of Law
Director of Health Law and Policy Program

Mark Hall is one of the nation's leading scholars in the areas of health care law, public policy, and bioethics. The author or editor of twenty books, including Making Medical Spending Decisions (Oxford University Press), and Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen), he is currently engaged in research in the areas of health care reform, access to care by the uninsured, and insurance regulation. Prof. Hall has published scholarship in the law reviews at Berkeley, Chicago, Duke, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Stanford, and his articles have been reprinted in a dozen casebooks and anthologies. He also teaches in the University's Graduate Programs for Bioethics and its MBA program, and he is on the research faculty at the Medical School. Prof. Hall regularly consults with government officials, foundations and think tanks about health care public policy issues.Read more »


Education

  • JD, University of Chicago, 1981
  • BA, Middle Tennessee State University, 1977

Publications

Books

  • The Affordable Care Act Decision: Philosophical and Legal Implications (Routledge Press 2014).
  • The Law of Health Care Finance and Regulation (Aspen 2013) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships (Aspen 2013) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Bioethics and Public Health Law (Aspen 2013) (with D. Orentlicher, M. Bobinski).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen 2013) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Teachers' Manual for Health Care Law and Ethics casebook series (Editions in 1991, 1998, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2013) (Aspen 2013).
  • The Health Care Safety Net in a Post-Reform World (Rutgers University Press 2012).
  • Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships (Aspen 2008) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • The Law of Health Care Finance and Regulation (Aspen 2008) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Bioethics and Public Health Law (Aspen 2008) (with D. Orentlicher, M. Bobinski).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen 2007) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Medical Liability and Treatment Relationships (Aspen 2005) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Bioethics and Public Health Law (Aspen 2005) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • The Law of Health Care Finance and Regulation (Aspen 2005) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen 2003) (with M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Health Care Law and Ethics (Aspen 1998) (with Wm. Curran, M. Bobinski, D. Orentlicher).
  • Making Medical Spending Decisions (Oxford University Press 1997).
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Managed Care (Aspen 1996).
  • Health Care Corporate Law: Facilities and Transactions (Aspen 1996).
  • The Charitable Tax Exemption (Westview Press 1995).
  • Reforming Private Health Insurance (American Enterprise Institute 1994).
  • Is Community Rating Essential to Managed Competition? (AEI Press 1994).
  • 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 (Little Brown & Co 1991) (with Wm. Curran, D.H. Kaye).

Book Chapters

  • Employment-Based Health Coverage, in The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Healthcare Law (Glenn Cohen, Allison K. Hoffman, and William M. Sage, eds. 2016).
  • Coding Case Law for Public Health Law Evaluation, in Public Health Law Research: Theory and Methods (A. Wagenaar and S. Burris 2013).
  • Legal Methods, in Methods in Medical Ethics (J. Sugarman and D. Sulmasy, eds. 2010).
  • Quality Regulation in the Information Age: Challenges for Medical Professionalism, in Medical Professionalism in the New Information Age (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).
  • Insurance and Genetic Discrimination, in Genetic Testing: Care, Consent, and Liability 156-162 (Neil F. Sharpe and Ronald F. Carter, eds. 2005).
  • The Management of Conflict over Health Insurance Coverage, in The Privatization of Health Care Reform (M. Gregg Bloche, ed. 2003).
  • The Ethics and Empirics of Trust, in The Ethics of Managed Care: Professional Integrity and Patient Rights (Wm. Bondeson and James Jones, eds. 2002).
  • Referral Practices under Capitation, in Ethical Challenges in Managed Care: A Casebook (K. Gervais, et al. eds. 1999).
  • Physician Rationing and Agency Cost Theory, in Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Practice and Research 228-50 (R. Spece, et al. eds. 1996).
  • Liberal and Communitarian Ethics of Insurance Selection, in Health Care Crisis: The Search for Answers? 94-111 (R. Misbin, et al. eds. 1995).
  • Liberal and Communitarian Ethics of Insurance Selection, in Health Care Crisis: The Search for Answers? 94-111 (R. Misbin, et. al., eds. 1995).
  • Introduction, in 79 Ways to Calm a Crying Baby by Diana S. Greene (1988).

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Mark Hall
Contact Information
 336.758.4476

Worrell 3335
Expertise
  • Bioethics & Biotechnology Law
  • Health Law
  • Insurance
  • Medical Malpractice