Professor Robert Field recently presented on health reform at various events.
On Nov. 12, he delivered the keynote presentation on "Reconceptualizing the Role of Regulation: How It Created and Sustains Free-Market Health Care" at the Hamline School of Law's "Rethinking Regulation in an Era of Reform" symposium in St. Paul, Minn.
On Nov. 8, Professor Field presented "Health Reform at 100: What Can we Learn from a Century of Trying?" at the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association in Denver, Colo.
On Oct. 29, at the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Symposium – "The New American Health Care System: Reform, Revolution, or Missed Opportunity?," Professor Field presented "How Was This Reform Effort Different From All the Others?"
On Oct. 27, Professor Field delivered the leadoff presentation "Succeeding in the New Health Care Economy" at Outpatient Surgery Magazine's Conference on OR Excellence in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.