Friday, March 21, 2014
Health Care Reform: Implementation in Minnesota
Friday, October 24, 2014
Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota
The Hamline University Health Law Institute and Hamline Law Review, with the major support of Medica Health Plans, are working together to produce a day-long CLE/CEU Symposium on Friday, October 24, 2014 titled Health Care Reform: Implementation in Minnesota.
The topic of the Symposium is law and policy issues relating to the implementation of health care reform in Minnesota. A key goal of the conference is to address real, live, outstanding, and upcoming challenges.
Call for Papers & Presenters
We are currently seeking proposals for presentations and papers for our Symposium that will examine the outstanding challenges confronting the implementation of healthcare reform. Those interested should submit a CV and a 500-word abstract to email@example.com by April 15, 2014. While the primary focus of your paper need not be Minnesota-specific, please explain the regional relevance of your topic and thesis. Additional information can be found here.
Health Care Providers: ethics consultants and ethics committee members; physicians; nurse practitioners; physician assistants, medical, nursing, and physician assistant students; patient advocates; social workers; chaplains; nurses; case managers; clinical educators; other allied health professionals; quality assurance personnel; and administrators
Lawyers: law review students, law students, law faculty, health law practitioners, nursing home and hospital attorneys, elder law practitioners, trusts and estates practitioners, and health care facility risk managers
Government: Minnesota and federal regulators and policymakers
Academics: professors of bioethics, medicine, public health, geriatrics, nursing