How Embedding Attorneys in Health Systems Can Help Patients and Underserved Communities

There are now more than 330 medical-legal partnerships across the U.S. Health systems are embedding attorneys in health systems to help individual patients and underserved communities, says Joel Teitelbaum, JD, LLM in an interview with U.S. News & World Report.

Sara Rosenbaum Shares Her Opinions on the Myths We Tell Ourselves About the Poor

The Expanding Work Requirements in Non-Cash Welfare Programs report released by the President’s Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) in July was one of the inspirations for a new opinion piece by Sara Rosenbaum, JD, the Harold and Jane Hirsh Professor of Health Law at the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. Published in the Milbank Quarterly, her piece traces the deep roots of the American myth about the working poor to the 1601 English Poor Law.

Sara Rosenbaum Is One of Top 10 Most-cited Health Law Scholars

Depending upon which citations are used, Rosenbaum is either the country's 6th or 10th most highly cited health law scholar.

Evidence That Legal Reforms Which Reduce Malpractice Risk Decrease Defensive Medicine

Malpractice reforms are linked to lowered use of invasive coronary angiography

One of the first studies to investigate how medical malpractice reforms such as damage caps affect specific clinical decisions provides strong evidence that caps have inspired physicians to reduce utilizing an expensive and invasive cardiology test.

Speaking for the Record: The Public Health Implications of Medicaid Work Experiments

Sara Rosenbaum explains why she and 42 other health experts submitted an amicus brief in support of the lawsuit brought by a group of Medicaid enrollees challenging the Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary’s approval of the Kentucky Medicaid work requirement.