5 Ind. Health L. Rev. [i] (2008)

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LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 5    2008       ISSUE 1
ARTICLES

Dances with Elephants: Administrative Resolution
of Medical Injury Claims by Medicare Beneficiaries
Achieving Quality and Responding to Consumers
The Medicare Beneficiary Complaint Process:
Who Should Respond?

Eleanor D. Kinney
William M Sage
Diane E. Hoffman
Virginia Rowthorn

NOTES

Expanded Hospital Liability Under the Federal False Claims Act:
An Unexpected Solution to the Resident Duty Hour Controversy
A Flawed Solution to the Sex Offender Situation in the United
States: The Legality of Chemical Castration for Sex Offenders
Live or Let Die: Will the Courts Recognize In Terminally Ill
Patients a Fundamental Right to Choose Non-FDA Approved
Drugs or Does the FDA's Stringent Approval Process Carry
Sufficient Merit?
Closing the Deal: Making the Right Congressional Decision About
Patent Settlement Agreements

Robert R. Elder
Matthew V Daley
Clayton R. Portell
Amy C. Waltz

FELLOWSHIP SYMPOSIUM
WELLNESS IN THE LAW: STATE GOVERNMENTS' ROLE IN
ADDRESSING AMERICA'S PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS
October 5, 2007
Program on Law & State Government
Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis
Bottom Lines and Waist Lines: State Governments
Weigh In on Wellness                                      Cynthia A. Baker
Taking Roll: An Assessment of State and Local
Governance of School Wellness Policies                      Sally Hubbard

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