Event Title

Can Health Care Reform Ensure Equity in Health Care Access and Quality?

Event Type

Talk

Location

University Hall 1000

Start Date

31-10-2012 12:00 PM

End Date

31-10-2012 1:30 PM

Description

Moderated by Dr. Roberto Dell'Oro, Professor of Theological Ethics and Bioethics, Department of Theological Studies

As a professor at Loyola Law School, Professor Clark teaches several health care law courses and business associations, and she remains active in the health law community through her service to legal, medical and consumer-based organizations and providers. Clark's research focuses on the structural defects and biases that create inequity in our health care delivery and financing systems, and the important role that law and government regulators play in ensuring equitable access to health care resources. Prior to joining Loyola in 2001, Clark worked in the Los Angeles office of Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood as an associate specializing in health care transactions and fraud. She was a post-graduate research fellow at the University of Southern California Law School, and, while in law school, Clark interned at the National Health Law Program in Los Angeles.

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Oct 31st, 12:00 PM Oct 31st, 1:30 PM

Can Health Care Reform Ensure Equity in Health Care Access and Quality?

University Hall 1000

Moderated by Dr. Roberto Dell'Oro, Professor of Theological Ethics and Bioethics, Department of Theological Studies

As a professor at Loyola Law School, Professor Clark teaches several health care law courses and business associations, and she remains active in the health law community through her service to legal, medical and consumer-based organizations and providers. Clark's research focuses on the structural defects and biases that create inequity in our health care delivery and financing systems, and the important role that law and government regulators play in ensuring equitable access to health care resources. Prior to joining Loyola in 2001, Clark worked in the Los Angeles office of Sidley, Austin, Brown & Wood as an associate specializing in health care transactions and fraud. She was a post-graduate research fellow at the University of Southern California Law School, and, while in law school, Clark interned at the National Health Law Program in Los Angeles.