Why Embracing Resilience Will Help Whatever Happens Next in the Repeal/Replace Debate

So the Senate Republicans failed to pass legislation that would repeal and replace Obamacare.  What now?  Even if the House and Senate take a break from their efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, the administration still has power to strengthen or weaken the law. The words “The Secretary shall” appear more than 1,400 times in the ACA (according to sources), thus giving the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services significant authority over the functioning of the law.

Melissa Goldstein Participates in GWSPH Business of Public Health Seminar Series

Teaching Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein participated in the panel on “Predictive Analytics in Healthcare: How Will It Change Patient Care, Provider Payment, and Public Health?” as part of the GWSPH Business of Public Health Seminar Series on April 26. Goldstein discussed ethics and privacy issues in the increased use of predictive analytics in healthcare for patients, physicians, provider organizations, payers, and public health.

Melissa Goldstein Speaks at University of Maryland Law School

Teaching Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein was invited to participate in a roundtable on April 7 on medical automation, big data, and robotics policy at the Francis King Carey School of Law at the University of Maryland.

Melissa Goldstein Invited to Attend Susan G. Komen Big Data for Breast Cancer West Coast Conference

Associate Professor Melissa Goldstein was invited to attend Big Data for Breast Cancer West Coast Conference (BD4BC\WC), a convening of experts around big data for breast cancer that was held Feb. 23-Feb. 24, 2017 in Menlo Park, California. The meeting was hosted by the Susan G. Komen organization, with support from the Robertson Foundation.