Indiana Health Law Review

The Indiana Health Law Review publishes articles submitted by academics, practitioners, and students on the topics of health law and policy. The scope includes bioethics, malpractice liability, managed care, anti-trust, health care organizations, medical-legal research, legal medicine, and food and drug law.

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In 2003, the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law established a specialty law review focused on health care law and policy: the Indiana Health Law Review. Now in its ninth full year of publication, the journal continues to provide informative articles on important health law topics and issues that academic professionals and practitioners encounter.

The Law Review complements the school’s existing health law program, which is consistently recognized as one of the top ten programs in the nation. It benefits from the expertise of the William S. and Christine S. Hall Center for Law and Health, co-directed by Professors David Orentlicher and Nicholas Terry, as well as our faculty advisors, Professors Emily Morris and Robert Katz.

The scope of the Indiana Health Law Review includes bioethics, malpractice liability, managed care, anti-trust, health care organizations, medical-legal research, legal medicine, food and drug, and other current health-related topics.


Vol 14, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Article

"What do you Mean I Cannot Consent For My Grandmother's Medical Procedure?": Key Issues With State Default Surrogate Decision Making Laws
Amber R. Comer, Margaret Gaffney, Cynthia Stone, Alexia Torke
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1-29

Notes

Don't Judge a Food By Its Label: How a Mandatory Labeling Requirement for Genetically Engineered Foods Would Generate Confusion About Health and Food Safety and Create Economic Impacts for All
Chelsea R. Crawford
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30-82
Cleaning Up on the Inside: Addiction, Recidivism, and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs in Indiana's Correctional Facilities
Nick J. Erickson
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83-126
Evaluating Solutions to Cyber Attack Breaches of Health Data: How Enacting a Private Right of Action for Breach Victims Would Lower Costs
Ryan L. Garner
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127-172
The Needle and the Damage Done: Indiana's Response to the 2015 HIV Epidemic and the Need to Change State and Federal Policies Regarding Needle Exchanges and Intravenous Drug Users
Nicholas J. Golding
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173-220
Municipal Liability and Police Training for Mental Illness: Causes of Action and Feasible Solutions
Andrew C. Hanna
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221-266
Accessing Indiana's Right-to-Try Law: Is it Enough to Expand Access for Terminally Ill Patients?
Victoria Howard
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267-313


ISSN: 2374-2593