This book examines the complex and dynamic relationship between law and the American health care system. It covers health care access and non-discrimination, the regulation of health insurance and the impact of national health reform, the interaction between law and the challenge of health care quality, and the role of law in regulating the health care marketplace. The book strives to link its extensive legal discussion to the broader policy and social context that ultimately shapes health care in America. With extensive discussion of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act throughout, the book has been designed to serve both law schools and health and public policy programs. The authors also create regular update materials for adopters. A Teacher’s Manual is also available.
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