University of Pittsburgh

Health Equity: How Can We Get There?

What's Law Got To Do With It? Law's Role In Addressing Health Inequality
Professor Mary Crossley
November 12, 2012 - 2:30pm3:30pm
GSPH Parran Hall
Room 109
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Health Equity: How Can We Get There?
What's Law Got To Do With It? Law's Role In Addressing Health Inequality
Monday, November 12, 2012 Lecture: 2:30-3:30 p.m. Reception: 3:30-4:30 p.m. GSPH Parran Hall Room 109
Featured speaker: Mary Crossley, JD Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh
Mary Crossley's scholarship has focused on issues of inequality in the financing and delivery of health care, encompassing topics ranging from an exploration of potential legal remedies for physician bias in medical treatment, to an examination of how recent trends in health insurance coverage function to discriminate against unhealthy people, to a consideration of how assisted reproductive technologies implicate equality concerns. She has published broadly, in journals including Columbia Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, and Rutgers Law Journal.

Health Equity: How Can We Get There?

Featured speaker: Mary Crossley, JD

Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh

Mary Crossley's scholarship has focused on issues of inequality in the financing and delivery of health care, encompassing topics ranging from an exploration of potential legal remedies for physician bias in medical treatment, to an examination of how recent trends in health insurance coverage function to discriminate against unhealthy people, to a consideration of how assisted reproductive technologies implicate equality concerns. She has published broadly in journals including Columbia Law Review, Notre Dame Law Review, and Rutgers Law Journal.

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