Prof. Allison Hoffman explains SCOTUS decisions that block Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate but allow the rule for health care workers
“This Supreme Court has begun to narrow the scope of agency authority, including with today’s decision on the OSHA rule.”
Prof. Allison Hoffman cautions people not to give out sensitive information as regulators scramble to address pop-up COVID-19 testing sites: NBC
Prof. Allison Hoffman discusses the SCOTUS case concerning HHS’ policymaking abilities: Modern Healthcare
Prof. Allison Hoffman explains ramifications if SCOTUS rules in favor of hospitals in 340B case: Modern Healthcare
Prof. Allison Hoffman’s article on SCOTUS case involving hospital discounts on Medicare Part B drugs cited: Axios
Prof. Allison Hoffman unpacks the extent to which healthcare companies incorporate mined data into their business models: Healthy Women
Prof. Allison Hoffman explains the historical legal framework underlying vaccine mandates: CBS Saturday Morning
Prof. Allison Hoffman explains the potential impact of SCOTUS decision in Becerra v. Empire Health Foundation
At issue in the case is how extra Medicare payments to hospitals for treating low-income patients are calculated.
Profs. Cary Coglianese and Allison Hoffman share their insights on American Hospital Association v. Becerra
The case centers on the Chevron doctrine, which provides that courts should defer to an administrative agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous statute.
Prof. Allison Hoffman: Upcoming SCOTUS case raises questions as to how hospitals subsidize cost of care provided to low-income patients: The Commonwealth Fund
Prof. Allison Hoffman praises some aspects of Biden’s Build Back Better framework, criticizes others
Hoffman calls the framework “a tremendous step forward for health care and long-term care” despite “some predictable disappointments.”