November 1, 2018

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm, Eastern Time

Health Care in the 2018 Election

McQuade Law Auditorium, Toledo College of Law, Toledo, OH

The University of Toledo School of Law student chapters of The American Constitutions Society and the Health Law Society are co-sponsoring a discussion on the 2018 election and how it may impact health care in Ohio and the United States as a whole. This is intended to be a presentation followed by a highly interactive discussion. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own questions. We plan to discuss how pre-existing condition protections, Medicaid expansions, single-payer proposals, drug prices, and even opioid addiction factor into the races and issues on the November ballot.

Professor Liz McCuskey directs the College of Law’s Health Law program at UT and serves as co-director of the University's JD/MD and JD/MPH joint-degree programs. Professor McCuskey teaches Civil Procedure, Jurisdiction, Health Law, and Food & Drug Law. Her research interests lie at the intersection of health law, civil justice, and jurisprudence. She was selected as a 2016 Health Law Scholar by the American Society for Law, Medicine, & Ethics and St. Louis University Center for Health Law Studies, where she also served as a visiting professor in 2017, teaching Health Care Finance & Business Planning.