From Medicaid fraud to medical malpractice and from hospital mergers to drug pricing practices, state attorneys general must be vigilant in protecting health care consumers and state taxpayers from deceptive, misleading, and other illegal activity. So, enforcement and oversight decisions should always be informed by of an understanding of the economics underlying the complex interactions of the providers, insurers, and suppliers that make up the healthcare marketplace.
The AGEP Workshop on the Law & Economics of Health Care is designed to give AG staff attorneys greater insights into the economic principles at play in this essential market, and to offer participants tools they can apply in health care oversight and enforcement.
Location: George Mason University, Arlington, VA
Please contact our Program Assistant, Rachel Trello at email@example.com or by phone at 703.993.8008